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One Last Thing... (2006)

Michael Angarano , Sunny Mabrey , Alex Steyermark  |  R |  DVD
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Michael Angarano, Sunny Mabrey, Cynthia Nixon, Matt Bush, Gideon Glick
  • Directors: Alex Steyermark
  • Writers: Barry Stringfellow
  • Producers: Gwen Bialic, Jason Kliot, Joana Vicente, Mark Cuban, Ramsey Fong
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Magnolia
  • DVD Release Date: May 23, 2006
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000F4RHAM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,690 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "One Last Thing..." on IMDb

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  • Director commentary
  • Outtakes/alternate takes
  • Episode of the HDNet television show "Higher Definition" profiling the film

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"One Last Thing..." is the funny and heartbreaking story of Dylan and his mother, Carol, as they struggle with the boy's terminal illness. Invited onto local television by an organization that grants last wishes to dying children, Dylan surprises everyone by making an eyebrow-raising request - a weekend with a sexy supermodel. As Dylan gleefully prepares to have his final wish fulfilled, Carol struggles with the idea of losing the most precious thing in her life. Fugees' Wyclef Jean appears as a kindly cabbie.

The premise sounds like the most crass 1980s teen sex comedy imaginable: A teenage boy dying of cancer makes a last wish to spend a weekend alone with a supermodel. Yet One Last Thing... is neither crass nor a sex comedy, but rather a surprisingly touching exploration of taking chances, mortality, spirituality, and the price of love. Dylan (Michael Angarano, Sky High) has been granted a conventional dying wish by a foundation, but at the televised press conference he changes his mind and asks for a weekend with blond sex symbol Nikki Sinclair (Sunny Mabrey, Snakes on a Plane). The consequences unfold realistically: The supermodel (who has her own problems) and her agent (Gina Gershon, Bound) show up for a brief photo opportunity, then split--but Dylan, with the help of his friends, goes to New York to follow up on her promise to go out with him if he visits. The core of One Last Thing... is Dylan's relationship with his mother (Cynthia Nixon, Sex and the City), one of the most real and affecting mother-son relationships on film. The actors--including an uncredited Ethan Hawke (Before Sunset)--are uniformly excellent, giving this potentially absurd set-up a remarkable emotional integrity. --Bret Fetzer

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars i've seen this four times June 14, 2006
And it keeps getting better. I, too, thought the premise was an eye-roll. and the poster didn't help. but from the opening credits til the last, great closing credits song by wyclef jean, i found a sweet, smart, sad, and very funny movie. the writing is amazing. my teenage brothers were stunned, and thrilled, to find realistic teen dialogue and comraderie. and on top of that, they all admitted getting teary eyed, right along with me. as a mom, i was slayed by the scenes with cynthia nixon and michael angarano. there are so many lessons and wisdom to be heard, if you're into that. if, instead, you just want to watch a really entertaining movie with a great soundtrack and sublime acting, see "one last thing..."
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Exquisitely crafted and heartwarming surprise December 13, 2006
Since the earliest days of theater, tragedy and comedy often go hand-in-hand, and it's at the heart of this story. As they say, "you'll laugh, you'll cry." The power of this film comes from the script by Barry Stringfellow and a brilliant cast, led by Michael Angarano. Arguably the most sought-after teenage actor in America, Angarano is finally beginning to tackle some powerful leading roles. As Sky High's Will and Lords of Dogtown's Sid we saw just a hint of the powerful range of Angarano's abilities, and in One Last Thing he uses both his comedic talents as well as dramatic ones in a way that we haven't really seen before. If you liked Sid, you'll love Dylan.

Angarano has an uncanny ability to make us laugh when we want to cry and to make us cry when we want to laugh. It's a real gift, and one which is evident in films like Dear Wendy and Lords of Dogtown. But here is able to use that gift from opening to closing credits. Anyone who has seen his films will not be surprised at how elegantly he slips into this character, but no doubt others who are not as familiar with his body of work will discover what many already know.

To say that this is a film about a boy's carnal desires in his last days is to miss the point. Even more than that, One Last Thing is about coping with loss - a son's loss of his father and a mother's loss of her son. It's also about the search for love. "Carpe diem," if you will. The mother here is Cynthia Nixon, who is absolutely heartbreaking in a performance that can only come from deep within. This is a role that lesser actors would find daunting. Who among us hasn't experienced a similar loss? On the other hand, nothing can compare to seeing your child go before you do.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful
The concept for this little Indie film - the dying wish of a teenager opening spiritual doors - is far from original, but Barry Stringfellow's strong script as directed by Alex Steyermark (whose only other directorial venture was 'Prey for Rock and Roll', though he has been on the crew of some very fine films like 'Pieces of April' etc) results in a far from ordinary drama. For those who have not seen Cynthia Nixon expand beyond her 'Sex and the City' role, this performance will be enlightening!

Dylan (Michael Angarano) is a young teenager diagnosed with terminal cancer, a fact that he shares with his loony buddies (Gideon Glick and Matt Bush) who support him with silly but genuine companionship. Dylan's mother Carol (Cynthia) is still reeling from her husband's death (Ethan Hawke) and facing the loss of the one remaining part of her family is devastating but her strength of character keeps a positive support for Dylan. When Dylan is informed by his doctor (Brian Stokes Mitchell) that further radiation and chemotherapy are useless, Dylan places his desire for living on one last thing...he is on a TV show where dying wishes are granted, and rather than the asking for expected fishing trip with football hero Jason (Johnny Messner), he opts for a weekend alone with supermodel Nikki Sinclair (Sunny Mabrey). Nikki, we discover, has problems and demons of her own and her agent Arlene (Gina Gershon), in trying to rescue her faltering career, advises the reluctant Nikki to visit Dylan in his home in Pennsylvania - for positive PR purposes. Once they meet Dylan is determined to have his one last thing, gains money and a room (a gift from Jason) in New York and travels with his sidekicks to the Big Apple to cash in on his prize.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dig Deep June 15, 2006
I can understand how at first glance the premise and trailer for this movie may be dismissed as a light hearted teen comedy. But to simply watch the trailer and move on would be a big mistake. This movie simply has much more depth than that. The film deals with death and relationships from a number of perspectives and the story nicely resolves like a well-crafted piece of music. The writing, casting and directing all combine to give well thought-out characters. The characters Dylan, Slap and Ricky realistically portray typical teenager's light-hearted views on life and keep the movie grounded. Cynthia Nixon gives an unselfish performance as a single mother juggling her sons disease and his quest for life. Sunny Mabrey plays the complex supermodel that is her own worst enemy. Ethan Hawke gives an excellent cameo as Dylan's father, a character that for me was central to the entire story. Some of the best characters are the bit parts, Caoti Mundi as the Bellhop in New York, Wyclef as the cab driver and especially Michael Rispoli brilliantly cast as the non-krishna spiritual advisor.

Oh, and speaking of well crafted music, the final song from Wyclef is the perfect finishing song that was obviously inspired from a beautiful script.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 3 months ago by Cesar Jimenez
4.0 out of 5 stars Sometimes wishes do come true.
I don't think everyone will understand this film, and maybe a few reviewers here did not care for it, but I did watch it all the way through to see for myself. Read more
Published 4 months ago by Lesa Rasure
2.0 out of 5 stars Not good.
The story line was week and there were times that I skipped through the movie. I did not like it at all.
Published 7 months ago by S Kirsteen
4.0 out of 5 stars Heartfelt Story
This was an amazingly well told and well acted story in spite of the teen antics of the supporting cast.
Published 16 months ago by Rob
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing movie!!!!!
I first saw this movie several years ago and it grabbed my heart strings so much that I wrote down the title so that one day if I saw it I would definitely buy it. Read more
Published 16 months ago by John D.
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting movie
This was a touching and intelligent movie. Not what I was expecting but actually much more.These are the kind of movies (Indie) that make watching movies so enjoyable.
Published 16 months ago by B. Lincoln
2.0 out of 5 stars Very slow pace. Could have been much funnier
The pace is slow and it is more gloomy that is required.
The start was very intersting and from there is all the way down.
Published 16 months ago by AJ
5.0 out of 5 stars sad and happy
I had never heard of this movie, but very glad i watched. Would recommend, made me cry. Not realistic, kinda coming of age love story. Read more
Published 18 months ago by Gillie
1.0 out of 5 stars Dumb
I only watched it a short time and felt it was a stupid movie and as such was a waste of my time to watch.
Published 18 months ago by midnight
5.0 out of 5 stars Pleasantly surprising
It is well done and you shouldn't let the cover fool you. It is a nice story. The religion is a little mixed up, but it has a strong message of hope even in bad situations. Read more
Published 18 months ago by Charles McKay
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