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The Last Big Attraction (1999)

| Comedy, Romance
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3 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Leed VanderWal
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Chrissy Trutt
Victoria Haas ...
Winifred DeMeeker
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Chrsitopher Canby
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Uncle Ernie VanderWal
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Gregg Beeson
Max Milo ...
Claude VanderWal
O.B. Babbs ...
Brice Becker
Shana Stern ...
Sarah LaVoe
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Concession Worker
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Bartender
Sara Meengs ...
Carol
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Comedy | Romance

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$60,000 (estimated)
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Written by Tom Voris & Don Carter of The FABulous Rudies
Performed by The FABulous Rudies
Courtesy of Vofer Publishing & Tom Voris
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Comedic GENIUS!!!!
18 November 1999 | by See all my reviews

I LOVED this film. It was hilarious! During several parts of the movie, I was laughing so hard I was crying. Plus, it had a great story line with a message. I thought the acting was superb, all of the actors did a great job of making the characters easy to relate to and real. Hopwood DePree does an outstanding job as Leed and portraying the problems a person faces in coming of age. Christine Elise does an excellent job and is very humorous in her role as Chrissy. Victoria Hass is very convincing and lovable in her performance as Winnie. Richard Speight, Jr. is hysterical as Christopher. In addition, the photography is well done and the editing is fantastic and quick. It adds to the surprise and humor of the movie. The Last Big Attraction also has a great sound track. I HIGHLY recommend seeing it.


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