83

Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Last Night is on to something fascinating. It meditates on the meaning of adultery: the purposes it serves, beyond sex.
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63

New York Observer

By Rex Reed
Beautifully shot and reeking with style, Last Night is as slow as sorghum; nothing ever really happens.
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60

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Knightley and Canet make a far more compelling pair. As they wander through the city after hours, doing nothing more than talking, they generate the kind of romantic heat that's all too rare onscreen.
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60

Empire

By Helen O'Hara
Somehow less than the sum of its very impressive parts. Massy Tadjedin brings out the best of her strong cast but all the eyeball-melting beautyon display and the highly polished treatment of the story could have done with a touch of authentic grit.
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50

New York Post

By Kyle Smith
Suspenseful though it is, the movie is quiet to the point of being sleepy, and Worthington is simply not working out as a screen star.
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50

Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
It's the sort of movie that thinks cutting between two different stories makes it art. Usually, it feels like an exercise in art. There's a lot of calisthenics but very little beauty or truth or whatever it is the movie is going for.
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40

The Hollywood Reporter

By Kirk Honeycutt
Last Night is a sex tease, but that makes it sound more exciting than it ever becomes.
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40

Boxoffice Magazine

The glossy Manhattan footage, as hermetic as Woody Allen's rendition of New York, is engagingly expensive-looking at least, but the cast is barely given anything to work with.
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40

Time Out New York

By David Fear
Given how prominent the postcard sultriness of her backdrop is compared with the story's emotional ping-pong, all she ends up with is a kinder, chicer Adrian Lyne movie.
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38

The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Stephen Cole
Last Night is a New York morality play: A film in love with (lower) Manhattan that is suspicious of real romance. What it lacks is Allen's sense of horseplay; his appetite for lunatic adventure. When you take a bite of the Big Apple, you're not supposed to nibble.
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50 out of 100
Mixed or average reviews
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