The Last Picture Show (1971)
In 1951, a group of high schoolers come of age in a bleak, isolated, atrophied North Texas town that is slowly dying, both culturally and economically.The Last Picture Show featuring Timothy Bottoms and Cybill Shepherd is streaming via tv everywhere with TCM, available for rent or purchase on iTunes, available for rent or purchase on Apple TV, and 3 others. It's a drama and romance movie with a high IMDb audience rating of 8.0 (51,223 votes).
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Currently you are able to watch The Last Picture Show streaming on TCM. It is also possible to buy The Last Picture Show on Prime Video, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, and Apple TV or rent it on Prime Video, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, and Apple TV.
Why to Watch The Last Picture Show
The Last Picture Show is a compelling exploration of the coming-of-age narrative set in a unique and atmospheric location. The isolated, dying North Texas town provides a bleak yet intriguing backdrop to the story, enhancing the drama and romance genres of the movie.
The movie has received high ratings from audiences and critics alike, with an IMDb audience rating of 8 out of 10 and a Reelgood score of 79 out of 100, indicating its strong storytelling and impactful performances.
Released in 1971, The Last Picture Show offers a nostalgic look back at the 1950s, providing an interesting historical context and a sense of authenticity that adds depth to the plot and characters.
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Available to stream on a TV everywhere service (TCM).
Available to rent or buy from $3.99 on 5 services (iTunes, Apple TV, Prime Video, and 2 others).
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Not available to stream on a subscription service.
The Last Picture Show has a high IMDb audience rating of 8.0 (51,223 votes). The movie is popular with Reelgood users lately.
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In 1951, a group of high schoolers come of age in a bleak, isolated, atrophied North Texas town that is slowly dying, both culturally and economically.