The Last Song
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The Last Song
Rating & Content Info
Why is The Last Song rated PG? The Last Song is rated PG by the MPAA for thematic material, some violence, sensuality and mild language.
Set on the beach, this film includes countless girls in bikinis, wet t-shirts and low cut or midriff-baring summer clothes. Characters exchange lengthy kisses on several occasions. A man who is drunk attempts to cuddle up with a girl who refuses his advances. The young man is also involved in a number of other altercations, one of which involves a metal tool and results in a bloody face. Characters discuss a drinking party that caused property damage. Other young adults are involved in discussions or portrayals of drinking. Characters drink at dinner and a wedding. A girl discusses her arrest for shoplifting and later is caught with a stolen item in her purse. A girl argues with her parents and sibling. A boy discusses the death of this brother. The script contains a handful of mild profanities and terms of Deity.
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News About "The Last Song"
Cast and Crew
The Last Song is directed by Julie Anne Robinson and stars Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth, Greg Kinnear, Kelly Preston.
The most recent home video release of The Last Song movie is August 17, 2010. Here are some details…
The Last Song releases on August 17, 2010. The DVD and Blu-ray editions come with the following bonus extras:
- Note: Set Tour with Bobby Coleman
- Miley Cyrus Music Video: When I Look At You
- Making of the Music Video, When I Look At You with Miley Cyrus
The Last Song on Blu-ray also includes:
- Alternate Opening Sequence (with optional commentary by director): The Church Fire
- Deleted Scenes (with optional commentary by director): Ronnie At The Piano ,Steve & Ronnie, At The Beach, Hospital Montage, Vegan Cookies and Juggling On The Pier.
- Audio Commentary- with Director Julie Anne Robinson and Co-Producer Jennifer Gibgot
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This movie is based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks, whose writing also inspired the screenplays of The Notebook, A Walk to Remember and Dear John. As well, Miley Cyrus can be seen in Hannah Montana: The Movie and the Hannah Montana: Best of Both Worlds Concert, and heard (as the voice of Penny) in the animated film Bolt.