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Year: 2019
Original Title: Last Christmas
Length: 102 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Studios: Universal Pictures
Distributor: Universal Pictures
Age rating: Suitable for 12 years and over
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: November 15 2019

United States: November 15 2019

Ranking

Ranking: 150 out of 15,631 movies (up 227)

5,8

5.8 by 7 media

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'Last Christmas' is showing in 1 theaters across the UK today. View Full Listings

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British film directed by Paul Feig, the filmmaker responsible for titles such as 'Bridesmaids', 'The Heat', 'Spy' or the female-led remake of the 80s classic 'Ghostbusters'. Emilia Clarke ('Game of Thrones') plays Kate, a young woman who pays her bills by working as an elf in a Christmas shop that stays opens the whole year round. Kate has had a talent for making bad choices and encountering seemingly immovable roadblocks ever since she a sudden disease led to an almost-death experience a few years prior. Her recovery has not been an easy one, and it has left Kate a hardened and belligerent cynic. However, everything changes when she meets the charming Tom (Henry Golding, 'Crazy Rich Asians'). The two begin a nearly perfect relationship that starts to face its first hurdles as Christmas approaches. Kate must learn to find her joy and passion for life once again, improve her relationship with her mother, and relaunch her singing career, all with the festive and romantic London as its backdrop. Joining the cast are the likes of Michelle Yeoh ('Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon', 'Crazy Rich Asians') and Emma Thompson ('Love Actually', 'Sense and Sensibility'), with the latter also responsible for the film's script. The soundtrack will feature songs from 'Wham!', George Michael's album, as well as some new, never-before-heard tracks to get you into the Christmas spirit. Hide full plot... Show full plot

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Trivia Last Christmas

The group Wham! donated all their royalties from the song 'Last Christmas' to a NGO that fights hunger in Ethiopia. Along with the release of the film there will be the publishing of the book 'Last Christmas: Memories of Christmases past - and hopes for future ones', written by Emma Thompson and Greg Wise and with essays by Andy Serkis, Caitlin Moran, Olivia Colman, Meryl Streep, Emilia Clarke and Emily Watson, among others. The film will be released on the 35th anniversary of the song 'Last Christmas' (1984).

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