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The Last Word

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Harriet is a retired businesswoman who tries to control everything around her. When she decides to write her own obituary, a young journalist takes up the task of finding out the truth resulting in a life-altering friendship.
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Detroit News
Even when surrounded by junk, the 83-year-old MacLaine still has plenty of pep. She's a treasure, but "The Last Word" doesn't do her or her legacy justice.
March 17, 2017
Chicago Sun-Times
Let the plausibility-stretching contrivances begin!
March 09, 2017
Another failed Redeemed Cranky Old Person Movie (Splice Today)
April 04, 2017
Reel Film Reviews
It's disappointing to note, then, that The Last Word takes a fairly palpable nosedive into irrelevance as it passes the one-hour mark...
April 07, 2017
Thank goodness for Shirley MacLaine. With anyone else in the lead role, this sweet but uneven indie would have likely buckled under the weight of its mounting contrivances.
March 24, 2017
San Francisco Chronicle
Beyond the contrivance and a gimmicky story that not only would never happen but would never happen in the way it happens here, there are positive aspects to "The Last Word."
March 10, 2017
San Diego Reader
The occasionally retired Ms. MacLaine is ever quick with a retort, but this is one lead-footed comeback we all could have done without.
March 17, 2017
Toronto Star
By the time MacLaine's character Harriet shows real humanity, all sympathy for her character's loneliness has long since vanished.
March 10, 2017
Globe and Mail
I hope that in the name of her decades-spanning career and six Academy Award nominations (plus one win), we might do MacLaine the small courtesy of forgetting that this pedestrian and dull comedy ever happened.
March 10, 2017