The Last Act

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I wasn't able to watch The Last Act. I hope to catch it when it is out on TV/DVD. Meanwhile, here is what people who have seen the film have to say about it.

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Running time: 140 minutes
Genres: Thriller
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I wasn't able to watch The Last Act. I hope to catch it when it is out on TV/DVD. Meanwhile, here is what people who have seen the film have to say about it.

- meeta, a part of the audience

11 reviewers(?) - 4 yays 7 so-so 0 nays

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Thumbs up, by Charu Thakur, IBN Live : ...With the plot being the actual hero of the film, 'The Last Act' rides high on the shoulders of the new faces. ... full review

Thumbs up, by Fatema H Kagalwala, India Entertainment : ...Shot in the digital medium, it isn’t visually enchanting. But what this project was meant for and achieves beautifully is bringing us are twelve fresh voices, who make a compelling case for new thought in our cinema.... full review

Thumbs up, by K N Gupta, SmasHits.com : ...The dialogues are simple and commonplace to be easily grasped.... full review

Thumbs up, by Sonia Chopra, Star Blockbuster : ...Superb concept, gripping story... full review

So-So, by Kshitij, Desi Martini : ...The music is apt & visuals are inconsistent, keeping in sync with each director.... full review

So-So, by Ankur Pathak, Desi Martini : ...Although conceptually original, there is not much else to celebrate about ... full review

So-So, by Trisha Gupta, FirstPost : ...tries to be more than some of its parts... full review

So-So, by Shubhra Gupta, indian express : ...But ‘The Last Act’ gives it a little twist, by unraveling a murder mystery slowly over two hours and twenty minutes... full review

So-So, by Roshni Devi, koimoi : ... Though you have more than 3 dozen characters on screen, they all seem to be made for the part. While most of the actors are largely unknown, they fit the bill. Shreyas Pandit’s act in the climax is most fascinating. ... full review

So-So, by Mansha Rastogi, Now Running.com : ...The Last Act is a unique and laudable concept of an interesting filmmaking technique with an equally intriguing plot. Worth a watch. ... full review

So-So, by Reel Reptile, Upper Stall : ...Technically, the Delhi, Hisar and Pune segments stand above the others with these individual efforts temporarily pulling us out from the contrived overall setup and immersing us into their original worlds for 10 minutes each, no strings attached.... full review

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I know! @Harsh, the only theater it was playing in is a 45 minute drive for me, each way, give or take 15 minutes for traffic - which I don't mind for a movie. But, the problem is some times because there aren't enough people and the show is cancelled and that tilts the balance. :(

B.H.Harsh

My friend and I took the risk.. went all the way to Mulund from Vashi (guessing you are familiar enough with Mumbai).. and it paid off!
hope you'll be among the first ones to buy the DVD.. :)

@Harsh, yes I am familiar. And kudos to you! Will certainly try to catch it on TV/DVD

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