The Last Supper

Initially promising black comedy, acidly penned by Dan (Dead Man's Curve) Rosen, which follows a group of student types as their campaign for political correctness moves from right-on moaning to casually poisoning anyone whose views don't dovetail with their own. Even an early Cameron Diaz performance can't stop it losing momentum late on. DVD EXTRAS: None. (CR)

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Initially promising black comedy, acidly penned by Dan (Dead Man’s Curve) Rosen, which follows a group of student types as their campaign for political correctness moves from right-on moaning to casually poisoning anyone whose views don’t dovetail with their own. Even an early Cameron Diaz performance can’t stop it losing momentum late on.

DVD EXTRAS: None.

(CR)

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