Last Man Standing (1996)
Front Cover Actor Back Cover
Bruce Willis John Smith
Bruce Dern Sheriff Ed Galt
William Sanderson Joe Monday
Christopher Walken Hickey
David Patrick Kelly Doyle
Karina Lombard Felina
Ned Eisenberg Fredo Strozzi
Alexandra Powers Lucy Kolinski
Michael Imperioli Giorgio Carmonte
Ken Jenkins Capt. Tom Pickett
R.D. Call Jack McCool
Ted Markland Deputy Bob
Leslie Mann Wanda
Patrick Kilpatrick Finn
Luis Contreras Comandante Ramirez
Reiner Schöne Gas Station Attendant (as Raynor Scheine)
Tiny Ron Jacko the Giant
John Paxton Blair Richardson
Michael Cavalieri Berto
Hannes Fritsch Santo
Michael Strasser Docker
Matt O'Toole Burke
Lin Shaye The Madame
Larry Holt Border Patrolman
Allan Graf Convoy Driver
Cassandra Gava Barmaid
Jimmy Ortega Ramirez Bodyguard
Thomas Rosales Jr. Ramirez Bodyguard (as Tom Rosales)
Dean Rader-Duval Donnie
Michael Prozzo Roca
Christopher Doyle Brothel Thug (as Chris Doyle)
Jim Palmer Brothel Thug
Randy Hall Doyle Gang Member
Kerry Lynch Doyle Gang Member
Paul Lyons Doyle Gang Member
Rick Merring Doyle Gang Member
Michael McBride Doyle Gang Member
Scott Pierce Doyle Gang Member
Ed Rote Doyle Gang Member
Scott Strand Doyle Gang Member
Movie Details
Genre Action; Drama; Crime; Western
Director Walter Hill
Producer Walter Hill
Writer Ryuzo Kikushima; Akira Kurosawa; Walter Hill
Studio New Line Home Entertainment
Language English
Audience Rating R (Restricted)
Running Time 101 mins
Country USA
Color Color
Best known for making movies about men and violence, director Walter Hill scored a misfire with this ambitious but ultimately dreary remake of Akira Kurosawa's samurai classic Yojimbo. The story's essentially the same but the setting has been switched to a dusty, almost ghostly Texas town in the 1930s, where two rival Chicago gangs are locked in an uneasy truce. Bruce Willis plays the lone drifter who allies himself with both gangs to his own advantage, working both sides against each other according to his own hidden agenda. The violence escalates to a bloody climax, of course, with Christopher Walken, David Patrick Kelly, and Michael Imperioli as trigger-happy lieutenants in a lonely, desolate war. Fans of gangster movies will want to see this, and, if nothing else, Hill has brought his polished style to a vaguely mythic story. It's far from being a classic, however, and although its action is at times masterfully choreographed, the movie's humorless attitude is unexpectedly oppressive. --Jeff Shannon
Personal Details
Seen It Yes
Index 83
In Collection Yes
Owner David Cowley
Product Details
Format DVD
Region Region 1
Screen Ratio Widescreen 2.35:1 Color
Standard 1.33:1 Color
Layers Dual side, Single layer
UPC 794043450723
Chapters 28
Release Date 2000
Subtitles English; Spanish; French
Packaging Snap Case
Audio Tracks ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1
FRENCH: Dolby Digital Stereo
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Extra Features
Color Closed-captioned Black & White Widescreen Dolby
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