The Last Detail
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
DCP Projection “Nicholson’s cigar-chomping, profanity-spouting grunt is one of the greatest incarnations of stunted machismo onscreen, and he’s brilliantly complemented by Quaid’s picture-perfect awkwardness and Young’s bracing cynicism. (Sadly, the imposing, basso-voiced actor all but vanished from movies afterward.) There’s a once-in-a-lifetime feeling to the trio’s every interaction—not only as characters but as performers—that makes the film’s casually tragic climax that much more devastating.” – Keith Uhlich, Time Out New York
Part of the series “Hal Ashby: The Seventies.” Double-bill admission at select shows – tickets purchased to the 12:45pm show of THE LAST DETAIL includes complimentary admission to the same-day 2:45pm screening of HAL. Ticketholders for the 6:45pm screening of HAL may claim a complimentary ticket to the 8:50pm screening of THE LAST DETAIL. Complimentary tickets must be claimed from the IFC Center box office. Offer is not redeemable to other days or showtimes.
- Country USA
- Year 1973
- Running Time 104 minutes
- Director Hal Ashby
- Writer Darryl Ponicsan (novel), Robert Towne (screenplay)
- Editor Robert C. Jones, Ken Zemke
- Cinematographer Michael Chapman
- Cast Jack Nicholson, Randy Quaid, Otis Young
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