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The Last Boy Scout


My Rating: /10
Rating:  awaiting 3 votes    IMDb
14+

Director:
Release:
1991 December, 12
Country:
USA
Runtime:
105 minutes
Genre:
Action / Comedy / Crime / Mystery / Thriller
Budget:
$ 29 000 000
Cumulative Worldwide Gross:
$ 59 509 925

    

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In giving 1991's The Last Boy Scout a three-star review, critic Roger Ebert was properly performing his duty as an objective reporter, praising the filmmakers' professional skill while observing that "the only consistent theme of the film is its hatred of women." For the purposes of this capsule review, there's no such obligation to level-headed fairness; the simple truth is, this ultraviolent, action-packed vehicle for Bruce Willis and Damon Wayans is disgustingly rotten to the core. Not only is it fueled by a bitter and spiteful attitude toward women, it's also the kind of profanely vulgar movie that doesn't hesitate to put foul-mouthed children in the path of vicious thugs and potentially deadly situations. Willis plays an ex-secret service agent turned private detective who is hired to protect a stripper (Halle Berry) and then teams up with the stripper's boyfriend (Wayans), a disgraced NFL star who was kicked out of football for gambling. They catch on to a criminal plot leading all the way up to a corrupt football team owner who wants to legalize gambling on pro football. Willis and Wayans get in and out of all sorts of trouble along the way, and naturally there are plenty of explosions to go along with the brutal beatings, gunfire, and constant cussing. Shane Black (of Lethal Weapon infamy) set a Hollywood record (since broken, several times) for the sale price of his slick but vile screenplay, and Top Gun director Tony Scott handles the action with his trademark gloss and high-impact style. But, seriously, is this a movie that anyone could bear to watch twice? - Jeff Shannon

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Arithmetic mean = 5.5
Akharin Pishahang (Persian title) Iran
Le dernier boy-scout (French title) Canada
Le dernier samaritain France
A Fúria do Último Escuteiro Portugal
Last Boy Scout - Das Ziel ist Überleben Germany
O teleftaios proskopos (transliterated title) Greece
O Último Boy Scout Brazil
Ostatni skaut Poland
Paskutinis skautas Lithuania
Poslední skaut Czech Republic
Poslední skaut (Czech title) Czechoslovakia
Posledný skaut (Slovak title) Czechoslovakia
Posledný skaut Czechoslovakia
Posledný skaut Slovakia
Prljavi igraju prljavo Croatia
Den siste scouten (Swedish title) Finland
Den siste scouten Sweden
Den siste speider Norway
Son Görev (Turkish title) Turkey
L'ultimo boy scout - Missione: sopravvivere Italy
El Último Boy Scout Argentina
El Último Boy Scout Spain
El Último Boy Scout Mexico
El Último boyscout Uruguay
Ultimul cercetaş Romania
Az Utolsó cserkész Hungary
Viimeinen partiopoika Finland
Zadnji skavt Slovenia
Ο τελευταίος πρόσκοπος Greece
Останній бойскаут Ukraine
Последњи скаут Serbia
Последний бойскаут Russia
Последният бойскаут (Bulgarian title) Bulgaria
ラスト・ボーイスカウト (Japanese title) Japan
終極尖兵 Taiwan

Children's Cast:

Danielle Harris [14] Darian Hallenbeck
Joe El Rady [14] Kid
Colby Kline Young Darian


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The most successful movies. Year: 1991

1. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross:
$ 520 884 847
2. Beauty and the Beast (1991)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross:
$ 440 118 382
3. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross:
$ 390 493 908
4. Hook (1991)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross:
$ 300 854 823
5. JFK (1991)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross:
$ 205 405 498
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17. The Last Boy Scout (1991)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross:
$ 59 509 925

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