At Long Last Love
At Long Last Love (1975)

Filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich pays tribute to those lavish 1930s musicals in this big-budget outing. Using first-rate sets, glorious costumes, and the wonderful songs of Cole Porter, it follows the romantic misadventures of four wealthy,… More

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Rated: G
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Release Date: March 1, 1975
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Critic Score: 17% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
TIME Magazine

This Cole Porter coloring book, mounted with great expense and no taste, is one of those grand catastrophes that make audiences either hoot in derisive surprise or look away in embarrassment.

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Jonathan Rosenbaum
Chicago Reader

A daring experiment that failed.

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Ken Hanke
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Looked at today, without the baggage of 1975, At Long Last Love is much more artistically successful than is generally allowed.

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Variety Staff

A disappointing and embarrassing waste of talent.

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Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

The movie's no masterpiece, but I can't account for the viciousness of some of the critical attacks against it.

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James Plath
Movie Metropolis

It's not just the acting. There's no chemistry, and very few Cole Porter songs are performed in such a way that you'd guess would make the old lyricist happy. 'You're the Top'? Not with this group doing the singing.

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Stephen Garrett
Time Out

It's an indulgent movie -- Peter and Cybill having a lark with their friends -- but it's also a neat parody of '30s musicals.

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Vincent Canby
New York Times

At Long Last Love never quite sinks, but then it never leaves the pier.

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TV Guide

This foolish attempt at re-creating the lush musicals of the 1930s offers fabulous art deco sets, memorable Cole Porter songs, and slick production values, yet it goes down like a stricken elephant.

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Flixster Audience Score: 42% Flixster User Reviews
jay nixon
Glue footed travesty that makes a mockery of the very films it sets out to honor. Bogdanovich has seemingly no understanding of the genre and even if the cast… More