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Last Vegas (31-Oct-2013)

Director: Jon Turteltaub

Writer: Dan Fogelman

Keywords: Comedy, Las Vegas

Three aging men decide to throw a bachelor bash for their buddy in Las Vegas as his own marriage looms large on the horizon.

ABSTRACT
Film veterans Kevin Kline, Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro, and Michael Douglas feature in this ensemble comedy as Sam, Archie, Paddy, and Billy, four senior citizens and lifelong best friends who decide to press pause on their day-to-day lives and ship off to Las Vegas for one last big time out on the town after Billy announces plans to get married. Realizing upon arrival that the Sin City has transformed rather tremendously since their last shindig decades earlier, the group ultimately embark on a formulaic adventure touching upon themes of aging and making lighthearted peace with one's mortality.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roger Bart
Actor
29-Sep-1962   Stepford Wives remake
50 Cent
Rapper
6-Jul-1975   Wanksta, P.I.M.P.
Robert De Niro
Actor
17-Aug-1943   The Godfather: Part II
Michael Douglas
Actor
25-Sep-1944   Wall Street
Michael Ealy
Actor
3-Aug-1973   Barbershop
Jerry Ferrara
Actor
25-Nov-1979   Turtle on Entourage
Morgan Freeman
Actor
1-Jun-1937   Unforgiven
Joanna Gleason
Actor
2-Jun-1950   Crimes and Misdemeanors
Kevin Kline
Actor
24-Oct-1947   A Fish Called Wanda
Romany Malco
Actor
18-Nov-1968   Conrad Shepard on Weeds
Mary Steenburgen
Actor
8-Feb-1953   Goin' South

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