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Movie Info & Cast
- Emilia Clarke
- Henry Golding
- Emma Thompson
- Michelle Yeoh
- Peter Serafinowicz
- Patti LuPone
- Rob Delaney
- Ingrid Oliver
- Sue Perkins
- Nasir Jama
Did You Know?
- The movie is based on the George Michael song " Last Christmas."
- The choral scene has a dateline of "Yugoslavia 1999", but Yugoslavia broke up by 1992.
- Tom: It's good luck you know.
- Kate: What is?
- Tom: Getting pooed on by a bird.
- Kate: I'm busy, you're weird, good-bye!
Atom User Reviews
Possibly worst movie of the year.
A super cheesy movie with a great ending that will leave you in tears of sentiment.
Shamelessly sentimental but also dedicated to the proposition that, in our dark political moment, kindness still matters, director Paul Feig’s film benefits from the adorable rapport of stars Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding, who help puncture the story’s conventional trappings.
It's a misfire by just about any measure, but it earns some warm feelings for its determination not to be like anything else currently in circulation.
Last Christmas is not good. It’s not terrible, exactly, but it has the dismaying, tinny rattle of a thing not living up to its potential.