‘The Last Word’ announced for Blu-Ray

Thursday, Jan 15, 2009

originalGeoffrey Haley’s The Last Word will be released in blu-ray next April 07th! It’s what telling us High-Def Digest

Starring: Wes Bentley, Winona Ryder
Plot Synopsis: An odd-but-gifted poet, Evan Merck (Wes Bentley, American Beauty) makes his living writing suicide notes for the soon-to-be departed. So when he meets Charlotte (Winona Ryder, Girl, Interrupted), the free-spirited sister of his latest client, Evan has no choice but to lie about his relationship to her late, lamented brother. Curiously attracted by his evasive charms, a smitten Charlotte begins her pursuit, forcing Evan to juggle an amorous new girlfriend, a sarcastic new client (Ray Romano, Everybody Loves Raymond) and an ever-increasing mountain of lies in this dark romantic comedy about a quirky young man who can’t tell write from wrong.

7 Comments on “‘The Last Word’ announced for Blu-Ray”

  1. There is just something between me and that damn copy protection on blu-rays….

    I just hate it when they don’t invent new things to simply make them better but mostly to remove rights from the costumers….

    And P.S.: yes it comes out the same date on DVD…(-:

  2. Woohoo! I’ve been waiting for this release. I’m glad it’s going to be on regular DVD as well. 🙂

  3. I just saw this on MegaVideo.com. I really enjoyed it actually. I work in an Art Gallery and it was a good movie to pass the time with. I was having a slow day. Can’t wait for the DVD. WOn’t say anymore coz I don’t wanna spoil it for you guys out there who have not seen it. Except… Winona is really freakin hooot in this movie…It’s very different from other roles she’s played.

  4. The difference in picture quality between Blu-ray and standard-definition DVD was very obvious. But the difference is accentuated when you get the chance to flip back and forth between the two. Just as many owners of rear-projection DLP sets don’t notice that their picture is getting dimmer over time, many owners of standard-definition DVD players will be perfectly happy with the picture quality, and won’t notice what they’re missing, unless they have something better, such as Blu-ray, with which to compare it.

  5. does anybody know why this movie is rated R and whether it is appropriate for teens to watch?

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