This movie vacillates from being funny (most of the Kevin Hart scenes) to uncomfortable, as the point of the original play (as best I can tell*) seems to be how relationships don’t work when things start off–and continue–in a certain way. However, this movie got even better once I watched the original. The friend relationships were better fleshed out and the women weren’t nearly as shrill.
Cost: free from library. (I got this because the director of Sleeping With Other People wrote this version of the movie.)
Where watched: at home.
*I managed to find a critical essay about Sexual Perversity in Chicago at the library but they did not have the text of the play.
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/2014/about_last_night_ver6.html
Kevin Hart in the third photo is dressed as Channing Tatum for his costume. “Channing Tatum never gets cold!” he said and I laughed.
One thought on “Three sentence movie reviews: About Last Night (2014)”
I feel like the only person on the planet who can’t stand Kevin Hart. I don’t find him funny at all. It’s too bad because he’s so “hot” right now; it seems like he’s in everything! I like Michael Ealy though.