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Leaving Las Vegas

Rated R for strong sexuality and language, violence and pervasive alcohol abuse.

R 112min.
 
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Mike Figgis' grim drama documents a romantic triangle of sorts involving prostitute Sera (Elisabeth Shue), failed Hollywood screenwriter Ben (Oscar-winner Nicolas Cage), and the constant flow of booze which he loves more dearly than life itself. Read More
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June 29, 2010
Mommiefor3
I loved the movie! Its was tragic and sad, yet it made you want to keep watching in hopes of a typical storybook ending...as well as to enjoy great performances by Nicolas Cage and Elisabeth Shue. GREAT, film!!!!

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