This was bad. Very bad. I saw the oringal Patton in a theatre way back when. This THING, the so-called "Last Day sof Patton" is a mystery. It is God awful horrible. Scott, like so many aging actors, seemed to have lost the ability to discern a good role. This is absolute tripe. Much of the fault is the writer's, but that does not get Scott off the hook: a terrible, phoned in performance. but Scott was excellent in The Changeling, just a year earlier, but hubris and resting on one's laurels went to his head in this garbage movie about Patton. I actually did FORCE myself to watch this ugh....garbage, travesty, whatever. I think Scott would flush it from his CV too, if he could. “Trains do something to me. Make me sad.” Someone actually wrote that. And Scott actually delivered those lines. However much back-and-forth rapid movement of the eyes he performs while saying these words, Scott imbues the lines with absolutely no meaning. Nothing. Again, not totally his fault as the writing establishes no meaningful context for the words. Ugh. It is hard to tell if the discomfort Murray Hamilton projects in this scene has to do with his character and the situation or with having to be in this cinematic bomb.