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About Last Night 2014

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Sparks fly as Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, Regina Hall and Joy Bryant navigate the hilarious relationship minefields from the bar to the bedroom in this romantic comedy about hookups, breakups...and breakdowns.

Starring:
Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy
Runtime:
1 hour, 40 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Steve Pink
Starring Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy
Supporting actors Regina Hall, Joy Bryant, Christopher McDonald, Adam Rodriguez, Joe Lo Truglio, Paula Patton, Terrell Owens, Catherine Shu, David Greenman, Bryan Callen, Paul Quinn, Hailey Boyle, Selita Ebanks, Jessica Lu, James McAndrew, Randolph Adams, Michael Voltaggio, Krystal M. Harris
Studio Screen Gems
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Jay B. Lane TOP 1000 REVIEWER on February 18, 2014
Format: Amazon Video
Are you old enough to remember the 1986 version with Demi Moore and Rob Lowe? I am. It's a story as old as time: We watch two couples make their way from the bar to the bedroom and then come face to face with the real world (with a dining-room table).

Director Steve Pink ("Grosse Pointe Blank" and "High Fidelity") clearly understands the dynamics of the dating game. He knows how important it is to have sympathetic characters, even though they may sometimes misbehave. Audiences want someone to root for.

Here is the updated cast:
* Kevin Hart ("Ride Along") has the old Jim Belushi role of Bernie, the guy who is absolutely determined to limit his dating to one-night stands. I don't remember Belushi being this funny!
* Regina Hall ("The Best Man Holiday") in the old Elizabeth Perkins role, is Joan, Bernie's erstwhile one-night stand. This gal can give as good as she gets and this couple's verbal timing is amazing. What a team!
* Michael Ealy ("Last Vegas") is our new Danny, formerly played by Rob Lowe, who discovers that all he really wants is a home... and maybe a dog. He is a genuinely nice man with all the right instincts.
* Joy Bryant ("Parenthood") is Debbie, formerly played by Demi Moore; Bryant owns this role, with a sweet likability and generous appeal.
* Christopher McDonald (Lots of TV) is Casey, the friendly owner of the faltering neighborhood bar where our folks hang out.

This R-rated comedy (raunchy language and sexual situations) is laugh-out-loud funny and much, much wittier than the original. The dialogue is so rapid-fire I found myself reaching for my remote: ("What was that?" "What did he say?
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In the summer of 1986, the original About Last Night debuted to mixed reviews – based on the David Mamet play, Sexual Perversity in Chicago. The film starred familiar “Brat Pack” actors Rob Lowe and Demi Moore in the leading roles of Danny and Debbie, while Jim Belushi and Elizabeth Perkins portrayed Bernie and Joan in support. Eventually, the romance flick went on to achieve an admirable payday of $38.7 million. And, although the Edward Zwick-directed flick was an only an average film, it still has a loyal following – meaning it was only a matter of time before it received a modern facelift.

Continuing the theme of recent 80s remakes (Robocop, Endless Love), About Last Night is directed by Steve Pink (Hot Tub Time Machine) and stars Kevin Hart as Bernie. As the story begins, Bernie is in a bar with his best friend, Danny (Michael Ealy), discussing a one-night stand he had the night before – with Joan (Regina Hall). Bernie also happens to be waiting for Joan to show up to the bar with her friend and roommate, Debbie (Joy Bryant). Both Bernie and Joan spend the evening doing shots and getting as drunk as possible, while Debbie and Danny (on a blind date of sorts) look on in repugnance.

Debbie eventually has to leave, and Danny offers to walk her out. While walking on the street, the pair reveals their general interest in one another, oddly culminating in a one-night stand – thus marking the beginning of a very unconventional romantic relationship. Danny and Debbie continue spending a substantial amount of time with one another – all while Danny keeps her at an emotional arms-length in order to avoid the “relationship” tag. But, over time, Danny asks Debbie to move in to his apartment, and while it’s paradise at first, things become stressed as time progresses.
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Thought I was tired of these same actors playing essentially the same parts in two or three movies - thought I was tired of "relationship" movies in general where people half my age try to figure out what people my age already know. Wow was I wrong - laughed til I almost cried, learned a few things along the way and was thoroughly entertained!! Great movie and bound to be a classic!
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Hilarious! Kevin Hart and Regina Hall are very funny in this movie... but I'm a big fan of them, especially Kevin Hart, anyway! LOL. If you're looking for a movie to cheer you up, give you some laughs and make you feel good, this movie is for you... made me laugh over and over! For great laughs, I recommend! (Also, check out "Think Like a Man" - 1 & 2!!! I don't know which one is funnier!) You WON'T go wrong buying any of these three movies! Guaranteed!
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An instant classic comedy-romance film, this was a great film; even though I'm not much of a lover of romance films this one brings a little more realism than other films similar to this criteria. The special features came with some wisdom of dating and commitment and love advice from this actors and actresses that given some informative truths, which is a definition of true bonus features when actors/actresses express the truth of the motion picture and how it correlates to realism. Kevin Hart and the beautiful Regina Hall made a excellent and beautiful impact in the film (in the ways that make sense) for they both played the comedic-drama very well but their was more so a meaning of be vulnerable but a clarity of inspiration as well. Hart and Hall were the main teachers of the film, although both Joy Bryant and Christopher McDonald given the impulsing momentum of love as a training example they given very good wisdom on the Bonus features.
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