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An aging movie star (Burt Reynolds) accepts an invitation to receive a lifetime achievement award at a film festival, but the ceremonies are far from the glamour he anticipated. The former star reflects on his life while accompanied by a brash millennial chauffeur (Ariel Winter) in this dramedy written and directed by Adam Rifkin.
The director Adam Rifkin wrote this showcase for Mr. Reynolds, who, like Vic, was a college football player. "The Last Movie Star" effectively allows the ever-assured actor to score a touchdown on an empty field.
Those who remember marathoning Reynolds' movies on Sunday afternoons will probably still develop a rather large lump in their throats, as we bid adieu to one of the finest presences to ever grace the silver screen.