Last Day of Summer
Everybody has a bad day
This unpredictable story follows an agitated fast-food employee, Joe, who's reached his breaking point from being harassed and tormented by his boss...
A waste of everyone's time and talents.
If director Vlad Yudin had settled for a firm idea, rooted in plausibility, dialog, and human interest, his film Last Day of Summer wouldn't be the mess that it is. Unfortunately, though, the film is rooted in dirty-minded humor and boasts a premise it can't bare to support. As we watch two very strong actors lumber through many ill-conceived situations and undercooked plot developments, lacking all the tension and the character resonance needed for the story to work, it becomes clear that Yudin's attempt wasn't to offer maybe a catalyst or a relief, but rather, to provoke a cheap, unnecessary laugh at the bumbling qualities of the insane.
The film is lead, and mostly carried, by DJ Qualls, who I…