The Last Summer (2019) - Comedy

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A group of young people in Chicago come together during the summer before they head off to college.

IMDB: 5.6
Director: William Bindley
Stars: K.J. Apa, Maia Mitchell
Length: 109 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-14
Reviews: 19 out of 53 found boring (35.84%)

One-line Reviews (32)

You would think something dramatic will happened but nothing happens.

I wish I liked it but it dragged.

Well the story is like a slow eating cookie, it is sweet, hard, insipid after some point and then the feeling of ok.

Boring .

even though some of it was predictable and some of the scenes could have been done with more depth and feelings it was still a feel good movie that made you wish you were young again

Every Netflix movie I see is enjoyable.

This was one of the worst movies I've seen in years.

It's a flat story and that makes this movie way more enjoyable and also inspirational.

Maia & KJ's chemistry is off the charts - Enjoyable - Light & Airy .

There's no relatability in any of these characters, it's just another millennial teen coming of age-ish thing.

Worst movie ever.

Seriously, besides a terrible plot with boring characters, every one of these actors are oks enough to be out college, let alone high school.

Everything stay the same and it was a huge waste of my time.

I like that the fact that we had a female writer for this film on the writing staff added more exciting heart into this film especially when dealing with sex and showing that you should always ask for consent no matter who you are and it should be a beautiful act and such a romantic act to do, which KJ APA and Maia Mitchell really came across in there sex scene that had a lot of romance in it rather than just plane boring old unromantic sex like a lot of movies and TV Shows do.

This is quite possibly the worst movie I have ever seen.

so highly recommend it..

This movie is enjoyable to watch.

Boring .

no story or realistic dialogues, movie moves like a snail crossing a road.

If the story were only about Griffin and Phoebe it will be over in 25 minutes, so corny, cliché basic white protagonist.

Boring and depressing.

If I hadn't drank an entire bottle of wine while watching it, it would've been unbearable.

I enjoyed it a lot.

The concept is as dated as 1980's haircuts and tries to play homage to 'coming of age', 'teen' films of the past in the way in which it's filmed.

There are movies that are even slower than this and they are getting good reviews.

A good young cast with multiple sometimes intertwining storyline's made it a decent movie for a boring Saturday night.

Soo boring, it seems like the movie was 5 hours.

And Mia Mitchell is stunning.

Super boring with boring and unrealistic conversations.

That put aside the rest of the movie, was predictable romance story lines.

Yes, this is slow.

May be a little slow and provoke some of those awkward feelings you have had as a teen, but it had plenty of substance for it to be enjoyable.