Last Man Club

Synopsis: LAST MAN CLUB follows Captain John "Eagle Eye" Pennell, a WW2 veteran who has learned that his family is going to force him into a retirement home. That same day, he receives a letter from a former B-17 crew mate, reminding him of the pact they made to each other in 1944. That letter will send Eagle on a cross country trip to reunite his remaining crew and make good on the promise they made to each other decades before. Along the way, Eagle meets Romy, a sassy young woman on the run from the mob. After a rocky start, she joins forces with the boys, realizing she needs them as much as they need her. On the run from life, our heroes are determined to finish their quest at all costs. Last Man Club is a moving yet often light-hearted and touching story of true friendship. It is their story of honor and ultimately the bond between brothers-in-arms.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Bo Brinkman
Production: Cactus Films
  21 wins & 4 nominations.
95 min

- Ok, Pete, time's up.

- I used to fly one of those.

- Fly what?

- B-17, flying fortress.

I served on one.

Oh, yeah, the flight museum

must be doing another air show.

Give me a break. I'm still

a man, for Christ's sake.

Relax, Pete.

- We know what we're doing.

- Take it easy.

Come on.

Hey, wait. You're cutting off

my circulation here.

Ok, boys.

Ripley, thank god you're here.

I can't go to the bathroom

like a normal person

and they think I'm crazy because

I don't care if I live anymore.

I'm dying anyway.

What does it matter if I knock

off a couple of months?

It matters to me.

Hey, I found an address on one

of those names you wanted.

Just one?

Sorry, Pete.

John Pernell.

He was our pilot. We called

him eagle eye.

Hey, I'll show you.

Give me my ammo box.

Make me a promise.

No escape attempts.

I got nowhere to go.

Now, that chap right there,

that's eagle eye.

Got something to write with?

- Ah, good.

- I'll be back in a few minutes.


- Who are you writing?

- None of your damn business.

I've never seen you

write nobody.

You like that pretty little

nurse, don't you?

- I see the way you look at her.

- You're disgusting.

Couldn't do nothin' about it.

I've seen.

You're a pig!

You got nothing left down there but a

little plastic tube to piss through.

- I'm a man! I am still a man!

I guess she has to know you,

who's a man, you son of a b*tch!

- I'll kill you! They're coming!

- Dr. Darby, meds!

- They're coming from everywhere!

- Stat!

They're coming from 12 o'clock!



Dad, get in the car. I've been

looking all over for you.

- You've got to stop running off.

- I wasn't running off.

I went to the store.

You can't leave the house

without getting lost anymore.

I think it's time I got

my own place.

I'm ok now.

Come on, face it, dad, you

can't take care of yourself.

- You haven't driven since mom died.

- I can drive.

Not without a license,

you can't.

I just have to take

the test again.

They said I need glasses.

I got 'em. Now I'm ready.

It's not your eyesight

I'm worried about.

Listen, dad, Hilary and I have

made a decision.

Let's discuss it tonight

and we can see what you think.

Since when does it matter

what I think?

Hey, big guy.

- Did you get it?

- Yeah. What do you think?

- Wow.

- Thanks, grandpa.

- You're welcome, my son.

- Where'd you find him this time?

- Couple of blocks from here.

Let's go.

When you were in the war, were you ever

so scared you never wanted to fly again?

Almost every time

I flew a mission.

If you were so scared every time

you flew, why'd you keep doing it?

It was my duty.

It didn't matter how scared I was

or how impossible it all seemed.

We just had to put one foot

in front of the other.

Sometimes bravery comes

one step at a time.

Hey, dad, you got some mail.

It was sent to your old address.

Who's Pete Williams from

Galveston, Texas?

Well, aren't you gonna open it?

Dear eagle. I haven't

been able to find the others.

You and I may be all who's left.

So I'm calling on you to make

good on the oath that we all took

all those many years ago.

Looks as though

you're the last man.

Time's short, eagle.

I haven't got much of it left.

I'm in Galveston, Texas, at the

Va hospital on memorial drive.

Please hurry.

What's the matter, grandpa?

Was the letter bad news?

No, just an old friend I lost

touch with.

What did he want?

The impossible.

What the...?


Dad, look what you did!

- What's going on?

- Nothing. Just go do your homework.

- I live here too, you know.

- No, it's just a little accident.

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