Written September 28, 2016
I saw this movie last night. I enjoyed M. Ealy's performance the most. He had a more charming persona than the other characters to me. Kevin Hart was too loud and emotional in his role. If he could have toned it down several notches, the movie would be a complete. The movie is based on two couples sexual relationships. You get to see a lot of sex. You get to hear the f-word nonstop from all the main characters. Ealy's girlfriend prepares a beautiful Thanksgiving dinner. She throws the turkey out the window. The scenes are nice. The females are motivated by sex and passiveness. The movie tries to offer something for everyone and situation. That means lack of why this or why that is never explained fully enough. Some of the scenes were predictable. Yet, that's why I needed to see this movie. Again there lacks too much drama and mature situations. If you want to see couples and friends interact in different levels of situations, then this may be the movie.
Written February 17, 2014
A good remake from the 80's version. About Last Night tugs at your heart just enough with one couple while you laugh up a storm following another couple's progress through this flick. Kevin Hart makes you LOL all night long. Not for younger audiences so do not bring the young ones.
Written February 16, 2014
This movie will have you rolling on the floor laughing, sniffing, choking back the tears, nodding in agreement and every other thought that you could have on a date. I loved the rules of the road for dating and the move in drama.
Kevin Hart maybe short in stature but hugely funny in todays situational takes on dating. Some areas were predictable but how the viewer arrived was way too funny!
Definitely not for kids but great for setting the mood for any date.
Written March 08, 2014
There were parts of this movie which really worked, and others which were just boring. It was a shame that two of the characters were purely defined by being raunchy, when they could have been so much more interesting. The way they were portrayed felt very racist and one-dimensional. There was almost no laughing in the crowded theater where I saw it, even during the scenes which were supposed to be funny. When the movie was more quiet and thoughtful, it worked a lot better.
Written May 05, 2016
This movie was really funny. I wasn't expecting the language to be so nasty, but I still enjoyed it. Parents keep your kids away. This movie is not for them at all.