You know there's something wrong with a movie if one of its high points is a gay slur. But such is the overwrought, tedious, and misguided The Last Station, that I actually perked up when Helen Mirren screams at sycophantic Paul Giamatti, "YOU CATAMITE!" The screenplay makes her, as Sofia Tolstoy, a caricature grasping selfish shrew and the great Lev a sort of long-suffering saint, when in fact the writer was by all accounts no picnic himself. James McAvoy is growing tiresome retreading yet again his wide-eyed innocent among his dangerous superiors, a la Last King of Scotland and Atonement. He sneezes every time he's nervous. Cue: lots of sneezing! Skip it.