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The Last Drop (2006)

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Different factions in WWII-era Holland race to find a stash of Nazi gold.


Colin Teague


Gary Young (screenplay), Colin Teague (screenplay)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Laurence Fox ... SS Maj. Klaus Kessler
Louis Dempsey ... Snyder
Lucy Gaskell ... Benitta
Coral Beed ... Saskia
Andrew Howard ... Capt. Edward Banks
Jack Dee ... Warren
Neil Newbon ... Cpl. Rhys Powell
Nick Moran ... Pvt. Alan Ives
Rafe Spall ... Pvt. David Wellings
Tommy Flanagan ... Pvt. Dennis Baker
Sean Pertwee ... Sgt. Bill McMillan
Billy Zane ... Flt. Lt. Robert Oates
Neil Jackson ... Flt. Sgt. Simkins
Steve Speirs ... Gustav Hansfeldt
Agathe de La Boulaye ... Katrina


In a daring attempt to end the war by Christmas, Winston Churchill and the British High Command hatch an extraordinary plan - Operation Market Garden. 35,000 British troops are dropped behind enemy lines in German occupied Holland. In the midst of the largest airborne invasion in history, one small unit of men, codename "Matchbox" has its own agenda. When Matchbox are shot down short of their landing zone, the odds of their success seem hopeless. Seven very different British soldiers find themselves separated from the Allied invasion, on a collision course with three renegade German soldiers who also want to lay claim to the horde. Written by RS

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What better time for a heist than in the fog of war. See more »


Action | Adventure | Drama | War

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence | See all certifications »

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The film takes place in September 1944. See more »


The British sergeant had his parachute wings on his breast pocket. They were worn on the sleeve only (unless you were SAS). See more »


Cpl Ives: I know your face. North Africa, Royal Engineers, Black Watch. Horrible time it was. You get sand in places you never knew you had.
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An OK movie to fill the time.
25 January 2006 | by killcannonSee all my reviews

First off, someone needs to teach Billy Zane what a Canadian accent sounds like.

His character is supposed to be from Windsor Ontario, about an hours drive from where I grew up. I don't know anyone who speaks in such a manner.

When he does research for his parts, he should go visit the "hometown" of his character to learn the way people speak. He uses the typical "Canadian" accent you see overdone on bad comedic TV.

Rest of the movie is standard good guy/bad guy/hero/villain/bungling henchmen movie set in WWII.

the special effects are OK for most of the movie, except for the airplanes in the first half of the movie. Should have used real planes instead of CG ones.

4 out of 10. I didn't turn it off, but it's not something I'd go to the theater to watch. Good to fill a bored late night, or slow afternoon with.

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Official Sites:

Carnaby Films [UK]





Release Date:

18 April 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Az utolsó bevetés See more »

Filming Locations:

Bucharest, Romania See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


Black and White | Black and White (archive footage)| Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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