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The Last Supper
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The Last Supper 1995

From Amazon: Painted in mile-wide strokes of black satirical comedy, The Last Supper turns intolerance into a parlor trick, then repeats it ad nauseam in case we missed the joke. Still, redundancy can be fun when applied to the premeditated murder of right-wing extremists by self-righteous left-wing zealots; director Stacy Title is an equal-opportunity offender, never taking sides. The grisly high jinks commence when a truck-driving, child-molesting, Hitler-loving ex-Marine (Bill Paxton, acing the role) is accidentally killed while dining with a clutch of snobby liberal grad students, played with uniform excellence by Cameron Diaz (showing...

Directed By:
No image existsStacy Title
Written By:
No image existsDan Rosen
Cameron DiazCameron Diaz
No image existsAnnabeth Gish
Ron EldardRon Eldard
No image existsJonathan Penner
No image existsCourtney B. Vance
Nora DunnNora Dunn

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The Last Supper Movie Review by Movie Addict (11/17/2008)

It's 1909 and you're alone with a young artist named Adolph. Do you kill him? A hypothetical question becomes real for a group of friends (Cameron Diaz, Ron Eldard, Annabeth Gish, Jonathan Penner, and Courtney B. Vance) that inadvertently have a gung ho ex-Marine (Bill Paxton) for dinner.

They decide that the world could...

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