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Tim Jules Hull over 7 years ago
It's amazing how Nicholson can carry an entire film.
Mark Grainger over 4 years ago
Tom o'brien over 5 years ago
Stephen Wevill almost 7 years ago
Dominic Dirupo over 8 years ago
The Last Detail is a 1973 American comedy-drama film directed by Hal Ashby with a screenplay adapted by Robert Towne from a novel of the same name by Daryl Ponicsan. The film became known for its frequent use of profanity. Stationed in Norfolk, Virginia, U.S. Navy sailors, Billy "Badass" Buddusky (Jack Nicholson) and "Mule" Mulhall (Otis Young) are assigned shore patrol detail to escort young sailor Larry Meadows (Randy Quaid) to Portsmouth Naval Prison near Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Meadows has drawn a stiff eight-year sentence for a petty crime: trying to steal $40 from a mite box of the C.O.'s wife's favorite charity. During their train trip up the northeast corridor, the oddly likeable Meadows begins to grow on the two Navy "lifers"; they know the grim reality of the Marine guards at Portsmouth, and feel sorry he'll miss his youth serving his sentence. They decide to show him a good time before delivering him to the brig. With several days to spare before they are due in...
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