About Last Night (2014) Movie poster and book cover compared.

About Last Night

Steve Pink, 2014

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Sexual Perversity in Chicago
David Mamet, 1977

About Last Night is a movie directed by Steve Pink in 2014 and based on the play Sexual Perversity in Chicago by David Mamet, first published in 1977. The movie features Kevin Hart, Joy Bryant, Regina Hall, Paula Patton, Michael Ealy, Krystal Harris, and others.

What users say

“The movie is better than the book”

But the book is worth reading.

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RATING

6.1

/ 10

Movie Poster: About Last Night (Steve Pink, 2014)

7.3

/ 10

Book Cover: Sexual Perversity in Chicago (David Mamet, 1977)

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Storyline

Danny is a salesman working in the restaurant supply business along with his friend, ladies’ man Bernie. Bernie invites Danny on a double date, where he meets Debbie, a friend of Joan, Bernie’s latest sexual partner. Danny is still not over his ex-girlfriend Alison, but begins a relationship with Debbie.

Movie vs Book

Poster of About Last Night, the 2014 movie by Steve Pink

Year

2014

Minutes

100

Movie Rate

6.10

Source: IMDb

Movie

About Last Night

Country: USA

Year: 2014

Length: 1h40m

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Cover of Sexual Perversity in Chicago, the 1977 book by David Mamet

Year

1977

Pages

125

Book Rate

7.30

S: Goodreads

Book

Sexual Perversity in Chicago

Country: USA

First published in: 1977

Length: 125 pages

Genre: Play

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User polls & recommendations

Which is better?

Poster of About Last Night, the 2014 movie by Steve Pink

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Cover of Sexual Perversity in Chicago, the 1977 book by David Mamet

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IS IT WORTH WATCHING?

Poster of About Last Night, the 2014 movie by Steve Pink

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Yes

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30% No

7 votes

3 votes

book

IS IT WORTH READING?

Cover of Sexual Perversity in Chicago, the 1977 book by David Mamet

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42% No

7 votes

5 votes

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