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Last Call at Murray’s

Last Call at Murray’s

Mar. 05, 2016 105 Min.
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Director

Linda Palmer
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Synopsis

Closing night at a rural bar gets complicated when a blizzard traps a motley crew of misfits overnight.

Original titleLast Call at Murray's

(6) comments

  • marlawhite-11553March 6, 2016Reply

    Stranger Danger meets Frindship to the Core

    I love this film, so many stories coming together as one. I laughed, I
    cried, I got goosebumps. The music was perfectly played at all the
    right times. The cast was great, particularly Skip Lars played him
    wickedly smart and funny. I loved the relationship between D.R. and
    Danice. It just clicked and made all of us cheer for them. The
    interaction between Bennett and Murray was just so real (even it was
    only four days!) and the explosion of love at the end was so
    believable. My heart ached for Bennett. I love endings that tie up
    loose ends and leave us wanting more. Jack and Murray give us all that.
    In a shot glass!

  • vadorraMarch 15, 2016Reply

    Out there performances in a tiny space

    After watching LAST CALL AT MURRAY’S with the packed-to-the-walls,
    exuberant crowd at the Crest Theater, I realized a film like Murray is
    actually quite difficult to make – on so many levels. As John Savage
    suggested, close quarters results in harmony or chaos and often a bit
    of both. But there they all were – crew and cast – in the tiny space
    every day with all the folks and onlookers and equipment and pretty
    bras and egos and insecurities and, of course, loads of talent. That’s
    it. No bells and whistles, no CGI, no car crashes, no diversions.
    Everything shows, every emotion, every detail. It’s raw and vulnerable
    and brave. Bravo to all. By the way, Without a Song sung by Paula Jai
    Parker is lovely and beautifully performed.

  • Pete FreelandMarch 15, 2016Reply

    One of the Best Indie Films Ever!

    This film is really, really good – writing, directing, acting – you
    name it I liked it all. The story moved at a good pace, not too fast or
    too slow, and there was a lot of range in the characters. It’s rare for
    a film set in only one location to have so many layers and levels but
    this film did it very well. The technical aspects were flawless, music
    was great – nothing sucked. I especially liked that the storyline was
    not predictable in any way, and that it always kept the viewer
    surprised by what would happen next. The film ended on a positive note,
    and I left the theater feeling better than when I went in – the sign of
    a truly great film. I KNOW you will get distribution and full
    theatrical release – no doubt in my mind. Way to go – home run!!! Thank
    you very much for sharing this film and bringing it to the world!

  • mike-359-777127March 31, 2016Reply

    The best – simple film, simple message

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • Gerri George ([email protected])October 4, 2016Reply

    I love Murray’s

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  • sadiekatzFebruary 22, 2017Reply

    Enjoyable indie!

    Saw this film at a festival & adored it. I found myself laughing and
    crying. It reminded me of Landford Wilson’s HotL Baltimore…a bunch of
    mismatched misfits on their last night- a bittersweet tale. Some movie
    are perfect little indie films that could never be told with a big
    budget and this is one of them. If you’re looking for a nice film to
    Netflix and chill this film will leave you wishing you were a part of
    the last call…enjoy. Totally charming.

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