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The Last Resort 2009 R CC

(19) IMDb 2.9/10
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A bachelorette weekend goes awry when the girls are robbed, stranded and forced to take shelter in a deserted Mexican resort that is haunted by the unspeakable atrocities of the past.

Starring:
America Olivo, Paulie Redding
Runtime:
1 hour, 15 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Brandon Nutt
Starring America Olivo, Paulie Redding
Supporting actors Marissa Tait, Sita Young, Arianne Zucker, Nick Ballard, Jeremy Glazer, Jamil Mena, Sandro Del Casale, Ian Patrick Williams, Roman Salcedo, Jo Jordan, Christian Boeving, Dereck Rizk, David Villa, Jodi Aaron, Andy Zaldivar, Henry 'Sefh One' Flores, Bill Becker
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By TheOneTrueHorrorFan on November 5, 2009
Format: DVD
This movie is absolutely horrible...and that is saying a lot coming from me!!! But the acting was atrocious and the plot was weak at best. I understand that you are not looking for a great plot and top shelf acting in a horror movie, but the majority of horror movies have passable acting and at least a basically decent storyline. Not the case here...

Bottom line...Do not rent, purchase or view this movie!!! Not if all the other movies were gone and this was the last option...This warning warrants repetition...Under no circumstances should you watch this movie...not even if it is...THE LAST RESORT!!!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Cory T. Shaeffer on August 27, 2009
Format: DVD
This is about as bad as it gets, folks.

There is nothing in the line of horror, suspense, or plot that is offered up in this pile of trash...it is a complete waste of celluloid.

The acting, if you could call it that, makes Paris Hilton's acting look worthy of an Oscar. The dialogue is full of absurd, banal one-liners that try to be hip and funny, but they are not funny and the phrases have not been hip since about 1996. The directors and screenwriters clearly attempted to remake "Wolf Creek" and combine it with "Turistas." Their attempts to add humor into the mix falls flat.....and after watching it, one wonders why there is even a picture of a woman in a bikini on a beach gracing the cover art when the entire film takes place in the middle of a desert in Mexico.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Dwight W. Hale on August 20, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
It really is terrible--thin plot, ridiculous circumstances--the girls are foul-mouthed and not sympathic; the villians are even worse. I love horror, but this is just TRASH. Sure sounded good before I bought it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By walletboyniac on January 25, 2013
Format: DVD
Four lady friends throw their girlfriend a bachelorette party in Mexico. They go to a club and get hammered. Sophia hooks up with a guy, and misses out on the sightseeing tour the other women go on. Their "tour guides" wind up robbing them and stranding them in the middle of nowhere. The only place of refuge is an old abandoned resort. This place is bad news, brother. It turns everyone into a homicidal maniac. There is some half-arsed history to the place, which is told through flashbacks, but does it make sense? Not particularly. Everyone is supposed to be "free." All of the men in this film are stupid sex and booze-driven a-holes. Or criminals. One character just disappears. There's a tussle, then he's gone. The Last Resort is 75 minutes long, including a heavily padded 6 minutes of credits. Is there anything that Lionsgate won't put their name on? I've been wondering this for a while.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By PR GUY on March 8, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I'm as mad as Hell and I'm not going to take it anymore! This inept piece of ^%$& is ruining the horror film genre'. More and more we are introduced to worthless films like this and we may get lucky and enjoy one-out-of-five now and then. I'm glad I paid $1.99 for this and didn't spend twice that for a rental or 10 times that for a new copy. Everyone involved in this film...from the director (it had one?) to the stars (it had some?) should get a real job. This is definitely a last resort for horror fans.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robert Beveridge HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 10, 2011
Format: DVD
<strong>The Last Resort</strong> (Brandon Nutt, 2009)

There was a "how-to-write" book I read back when I was a teenager that spent a chapter talking about the idea of whether the nugget you had in your head claiming to be the next Great American Novel was even a novel. That was thirty years ago, and I'm horribly paraphrasing, but it gave you a sample nugget about a kid named Timmy Barnes (I think it was Timmy Barnes) foiling a robbery at a candy store, and then went on to say, "is this a novel? A short story? A lie told by Timmy Barnes' demented mother?"

This movie is a lie told by Timmy Barnes' demented mother. Not only because of its brevity (it clocks in at just seventy-five minutes) but also because it's got all the hallmarks of a lie being whipped up by a drunk, slightly addled housewife sitting at her kitchen table at 10:30 in the morning talking to the guy who came by to read the gas meter. I mean, think about it. You've got five impossibly beautiful chicks in Mexico at a bachelorette party (at least one of whom is some sort of ninja master, we find out early on, when she rescues the painfully drunk bride-to-be from the clutches of a macho muscle man).
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By Ben on December 25, 2013
Format: DVD
I have the bad habit of giving just about any horror movie a chance for no other reason than I enjoy the genre. The worst films horror has to offer are usually still good for laughs, so I rarely consider my time wasted, and every once in awhile I discover a diamond in the rough. Unfortunately, Last Resort it the latter, not the former.

While the plot is standard fare (hotties drink copiously in Mexico, get mixed up with some rough folk, and end up stranded at a haunted Hell House-esque resort in the middle of the desert) and clichés are common (a creepy old woman predicts the hotties' demise; the two main male characters are lust-driven idiots), the acting was much better than I expected and the script wasn't half bad. Last Resort is also more visually appealing than a lot of B-movies. In short, the camerawork is a slight step above what I have come to expect from low-budget horror flicks, a pleasant surprise.

At the same time, Last Resort still contains quite a heavy dose of cheese. Some of the dialogue is painfully contrived; the actors obviously stuck to the script at all times, for better or worse. Furthermore, the male supporting cast will have you rolling your eyes at their idiotic behavior. Even in the midst of murder and other evils, one of these losers continually attempts to "get some" from the female characters.

As a whole, Last Resort fails on a number of levels. Even so, it had its moments. The amateur cast did surprisingly well, and the plot isn't as inane as it should have been. If you have free time on your hands and you're looking for some skin, some violence, and some gore, you could do a whole lot worse than Last Resort. Just keep in mind that it's still a lower-tier B-movie.
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