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Georgia dreams of one day owning her own restaurant, but lacks the self-confidence to see her dreams become a reality. When she arrives in Europe, she meets the world-renowned Chef Didier, who is impressed with her taste for food and lust for life.
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Roger EbertFull Review Good 'Last Holiday' is a movie that takes advantage of the great good nature and warmth of Queen Latifah, and uses it to transform a creaky old formula into a comedy that is just plain lovable.
USA TodayFull Review Above Average Last Holiday is a pleasant, though hugely predictable, diversion, enlivened by some inspired comic moments from Queen Latifah and a quirky supporting cast.
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Georgia Byrd (Queen Latifah) lives a small life tucked inside big dreams. A shy cookware salesperson for a New Orleans retail outlet, she handles knives and skillets with the flair of a master chef. But when Georgia learns her days are numbered, she throws caution to the wind and embarks on a dream holiday vacation to a grand resort in Europe. There, thinking she has nothing to lose, Georgia undergoes a metamorphosis...and her transformation affects everyone around her. Georgia's newly uninhibited personality shakes up staff and guests alike, including a venerated chef (Gerard Depardieu) as well as a retail magnate (Timothy Hutton) who becomes convinced she's a rival intent on sabotaging his business plans. From snowy slopes to spectacular spas, delectable dinners to midnight balls, Georgia is going to live a lifetime of fun in just a few weeks...