One Last Thing...

One Last Thing...

Director: Alex Steyermark Cast: Cynthia Nixon, Michael Angarano, Michael Rispoli


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A teenage boy makes the sort of wish you'd expect a teenage boy to make, and he might just get to live it out in this dark comedy. Dylan Jamieson (Michael Angarano) is a 16-year-old boy living in Pennsylvania who is being raised by his mother, Karen (Cynthia Nixon), on her own after the death of his father (played by Ethan Hawke). Karen and Dylan have received the news that the boy has contracted a rare form of cancer and isn't likely to live to see seventeen. Dylan has taken the news surprisingly well, facing his treatment with pointed good humor and spending much of his free time with his best buddies Slap (Gideon Glick) and Ricky (Matt Bush). Aware that the end is on the horizon, Karen contacts United Wish Givers, a group that arranges for ailing youngsters to enjoy a final adventure before they pass, and they set up a fishing trip for Dylan with a professional football star. However, Dylan comes up with a better idea with the help of Slap and Ricky, and on television, tells the group's representatives that what he really wants is a weekend-long date with Nikki Slater (Sunny Mabrey), a supermodel and world-class sex symbol. While the United Wish Givers are appalled and Karen isn't sure this is a good idea, Arlene (Gina Gershon), Nikki's agent, sees possibilities in this news -- Nikki has been on a bender of bad publicity recently, and granting a kid's last wish might be just the thing to help folks forget that she's been pushing rival models off runways. One Last Thing... was directed by Alex Steyermark, who worked with Gina Gershon on his previous film, Prey for Rock & Roll.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/23/2006
UPC: 0876964000109
Original Release: 2005
Source: Magnolia
Time: 1:33:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Outtakes/Alternate takes; Director commentary; Higher definition: One Last Thing...Episode

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Cynthia Nixon Karen
Michael Angarano Dylan Jamieson
Michael Rispoli Babba
Brian Stokes Mitchell Dr. Emerson
Gina Gershon Arlene
Wyclef Jean Emmett Ducasse
Sunny Mabrey Nikki
Matt Bush Ricky
Gideon Glick Slap
Ethan Hawke Dylan's Father (uncredited)
Alysia Reiner Tai Uhlmann
Dana Eskelson Patti
Nikki Sinclair Sunny Mabrey
Johnny Messner Actor
Derek Peith NYPD Cop

Technical Credits
Alex Steyermark Director
Will Battersby Co-producer
Stephen Beatrice Production Designer
Michael Berenbaum Editor
Linda Cohen Musical Direction/Supervision
Mark Cuban Executive Producer
Ramsay Fong Associate Producer
Amanda Harding Casting
Urs Hirschbiegel Art Director
Jason Kliot Producer
Amanda Koblin Casting
Jill Newell Costumes/Costume Designer
Chris Norr Cinematographer
T.J. O'Mara Sound/Sound Designer
Anton Sanko Score Composer
Susan Stover Producer
Barry Stringfellow Screenwriter
Joana Vicente Producer
Todd Wagner Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- One Last Thing...
1. Opening Credits / Dylan's Wish [6:40]
2. Catwalk [4:23]
3. Supermodel Problems [6:23]
4. The Good Doctor [4:44]
5. Bouillabaisse Feast [7:27]
6. The Photo Op [8:04]
7. Fundraising [7:20]
8. Welcome to New York [7:27]
9. Afternoon at Skins [3:51]
10. Shiva and Parvati [7:08]
11. Flower Delivery [2:48]
12. New York Nightlife [10:36]
13. Final Prognosis [3:22]
14. Back to the Beach [5:48]
15. Condolences [2:23]
16. End Credits [7:38]

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One Last Thing... 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One Last Thing, for those who tire of the Hollywood polish, is a more real version of a family struggle -- this time with the teens in control of the drama. Loved "visiting" with Cynthia Nixon after SAndTheCity (great role for her). Quentin Tarrantino will be hiring "Nikki" soon because she's got that irresistable Uma Thurman quality. Black comedy? Not quite. I think the teen set will really enjoy this movie, as Michael Angarano inspires self-truth and stops taking NO for an answer. It is a story of dual redemption and fabulous for a low budget film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I went into this movie not knowing what to expect, and was very pleasantly surprised! It's really sweet and funny - I recommend it.