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When should best friends get involved, and should it be with
positive encouragement or by playing devil's advocate? (And does it matter if
the friends' romantic lives carry their own problems?)Four singles get a thorough workout in the ups and downs of today's dating world.
Comedy Romantic - This is a fairly faithful but far more comedic remake of the 1980s
film of the same name, and like the original it has a lot of sexual
content and constant sex talk and general language--and as such is
strictly for adults. Fans of the main four stars should be pleased.
PROFANITY: Over 30 F-words; over 30 S-words; 5 GD's; many others. SEX/NUDITY: Lots of sex with unrelated nudity; constant sex talk. VIOLENCE: Comic hits. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Alcohol and brief marijuana. ACTION: None. COMEDY: Raunchy humor, both verbal and physical.
OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
Watching" write-up for this movie.
Based on a theater exit polling of 25 moviegoers:
ADULTS: Unfortunately, we weren't able to collect very many reviews. Also unfortunate is that the reviews vary greatly so they won't be much help. Approximately, 50% of the males and females enjoyed "About Last Night" very much with a large portion indicating they loved it. Most of the remaining 50% only felt this was an "average" movie (enjoyable but nothing special or memorable). About 10% to 15% actually rated it "below average."
Four Los Angeles
singles get a thorough workout in the ups and downs of today's dating world. On
yet another night of playing wingman to his loud-mouthed best friend Bernie
(Kevin Hart), kind-eyed Danny (Michael Ealy) meets Debbie (Joy Bryant), a
beautiful, smart and successful woman who is as skittish about relationships as
he is. When the chemistry proves to be undeniable, they end up falling into bed
together that night ...then another night, and another night.
Against the advice and warnings of Bernie, not to mention Debbie's precocious
bestie Joan (Regina Hall), Dan and Debbie make an attempt to navigate life as a
couple. What these starry-eyed lovers soon find is that despite their good
intentions and genuine feelings for each other, what started out as a casual and
intoxicating intimacy quickly falls prey to the usual trappings of togetherness