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About Last Night... (1986)

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Danny is a single guy who lives in the Windy City and struggle to balance their desire for sex with the possibility of love. When Danny meets Debbie, the two start a relationship from a one-night stand, despite their personal problems and the interference of their disapproving friends.
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TV Guide
What emerges on the screen, however, is largely bland and prettified, virtually indistinguishable from any other trendy Hollywood romance of its period.
February 12, 2014
Philadelphia Inquirer
Homework assignment: Is the decision to change both the title and the thrust of Mamet's play evidence of perversity or of perversion? Due tomorrow. Class dismissed.
February 13, 2014
Philadelphia Daily News
February 13, 2014
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
About Last Night... is occasionally wonderful, but inevitably disappointing.
February 13, 2014
Film Freak Central
It takes a lot in order for Jim Belushi to be the best actor in something.
October 13, 2009
Time Out
The screenwriters work many nice little observations into their occasionally over-quippish script, but this is considerably smaller than the sum of its parts.
June 24, 2006
Chicago Reader
The shocks of recognition are largely absorbed by the standard narrative structure that replaces Mamet's blackouts; the characters, instead of functioning as archetypes, look underwritten, half alive.
February 13, 2014
Film lacks much of Mamet's grittiness, but is likable in its own right.
January 21, 2009