A whimsical tribute to young love, young artists, and the films of the 1930s, Nothing Lasts Forever could best be described as a friendlier version of Terry Gilliam’s Brazil (1984). This fanciful film stars Zach Galligan (Gremlins) and features wonderful supporting turns by Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray as a villainous bus driver.
The movie was made in 1982, dumped unceremoniously in theaters in 1984 and has never, ever officially been released on VHS, DVD or any home video format. I wrote this blog post in the hopes of raising awareness about the movie so that one day Warner Archives will finally release it on DVD/Blu. Don't forget to Tweet them at @warnerarchive to let them know you want to see this movie.
It's bad that this movie is so overlooked, but it's a real crime that it's not even legally available for viewing.
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