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About Last Night [2014] [R] - 7.2.10



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Unlike the MPAA we do not assign one inscrutable rating based on age, but 3 objective ratings for SEX/NUDITY, VIOLENCE/GORE and PROFANITY on a scale of 0 to 10, from lowest to highest, depending on quantity and context.

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Two couples (Keven Hart and Regina Hall, and Michael Ealy and Joy Bryant) meet in a bar. They explore new love and casual sex, but are stymied by the realities of daily life. Also with Paula Patton and Christopher McDonald. Directed by Steve Pink. [1:40]

SEX/NUDITY 7 - A bedroom scene features a man sitting upright (we see his bare chest) thrusting and a woman under covers with only shoulders and arms revealed; she is grunting and gasping and becomes angry because she has a Charlie-horse and the scene ends.
 A man and a woman attempt sex with him behind her in spoon position and he thrusts and she grunts in pain (we see bare arms and shoulders). A man and a woman lie side by side (we see bare arms and shoulders) as he attempts to put on a condom beneath the covers and we hear rubber snapping loudly twice as the scene ends with sex implied. Several bedroom scenes feature a man and a woman under covers (revealing only bare shoulders and arms and sometimes his bare chest); in a few scenes, thrusting is apparent under a blanket and in a few other scenes the man is lying in top of and kisses the woman.
 A woman gets out of bed to reveal her bare back and panties, thighs and lower legs in a bedroom scene; we briefly see her bare breasts and nipples under her long hair and after she is dressed, her boyfriend hands her a bra. In a living room, a nude man sits with his girlfriend's bare legs across his lap, covering his genitals and she wears a long sleeved shirt (we see bare thighs and legs); she tells him to answer the door naked and he gets up from the couch, puts on boxers below the frame (we see the boxers and his bare chest and abdomen). A woman shakes her buttocks above a restaurant table at her male date; cutouts in the sides of her dress reveal a glimpse of her breast on one side. Women in apartments and in clubs wear very short dresses that end at the top of the thigh and are low-cut and reveal significant cleavage. A man in a woman's apartment wears only biking shorts, revealing a tattooed chest that includes designs with unclear words. An overweight woman in an apartment wears a long T-shirt and presumably underpants (we see her thighs and lower legs). Two men swimming reveal bare shoulders and arms.
 A clothed man sits on a toilet in a stall and a clothed woman sits on top, straddling him (bare thighs show from her skirt) and the scene ends (sex is implied). A bedroom scene features a man on his back in bed (his bare chest, arms and shoulders are seen) with a woman straddling him facing the other way and wearing a furry chicken head mask and head covering; we see her bare back and buttocks as she bounces up and down in intercourse until she removes the chicken costume and the man says that it made him lose his erection. A man and a woman sit in bed and we see her bare shoulders and arms and his bare chest in the shot as they appear to be thrusting and the scene ends. A man takes a woman to his apartment where she straddles him in a chair with her sweater off (revealing her bra and significant cleavage); they begin to kiss and he stops, telling her he is thinking of someone else and she gets up and leaves.
 A man and a woman attending a movie kiss passionately in the dark. A man meets his dentist girlfriend at her office at night, where she opens the door wearing a cleavage-revealing bustier and a lab coat; he lies in chair in a cubical and she straddles him, places a dental mirror into his mouth and the scene ends (sex is implied). A man pushes food off a kitchen counter and his girlfriend jumps into his arms as the scene ends (sex is implied). A man and a woman sit in a bathtub face to face and we see their bare shoulders, arms and his back; she calls herself a pussy and begins to meow as they kiss and the scene ends (sex is implied).
 An ex-girlfriend attempts to seduce a man in his home, sitting on a couch and putting her feet on his shoulders; she attempts to kiss him several times after crawling toward him on the floor and he sends her home; her dress is short and tight ending at the upper thigh and low-cut enough to reveal moderate cleavage. A man attempts to kiss a woman in a hotel hallway and she refuses.
 The film includes fast paced and pervasive sexual obscenities and references to sex acts that include masturbating, organisms, ejaculating, banging, oral sex, STDs and pap smears, bodily fluids, referring to women as pussies, and "weird sex." A woman tells a girlfriend that she cannot believe she slept with a man on the first date and she performed oral sex for 20 minutes and then a manual stimulation. A man tells a male friend about the prolonged oral sex that he received. A man tells his boss that he cannot meet with corporate executives because he has been having oral sex (using crude terms) all night and has bad breath. A woman tells a man that she masturbates while watching old episodes of "House." A male voice from off screen shouts that he wants to be a sex machine. A man tells a heterosexual couple that they are like a gay couple. A man says that he has a picture of his penis on his cell phone (we do not see it). A man tells a male friend that the friend's life is a porno film. A man tells a single male friend that he will likely have oral sex only three times and no other sex his whole life. A man says that he and his girlfriend will live together and run around butt-naked.
 We see a pregnancy test box and hear that the test was negative; the man and the woman are relieved.

VIOLENCE/GORE 2 - During a drinking game (please see the Substance Use category for more details) men jam a dart into each other's hands and shoulders (we see no blood); the men shout in pain each time they feel the point of the dart.
 In a bedroom scene where a man and a woman are sitting, she slaps him in the face hard twice in excitement as we see thrusting (please see the Sex/Nudity category for more details); they end up shouting at each other that they are a couple now.
 A man at a Thanksgiving celebration argues loudly with a former girlfriend and a new girlfriend and they argue as they go out the door to leave, becoming louder and louder and shouting obscenities; the hostess walks to the balcony and throws the turkey into the street as guests look amazed. Two female friends argue continually and loudly about dating relationships and daily life. Two male friends argue continually about women. A man and a woman argue loudly several times, poking each other and shouting obscenities. A bar owner and a vendor argue about unpaid bills in three scenes. A woman violently chops vegetables in close up, because she is angry with her boyfriend; she throws a kitchen towel down beside him for emphasis as they argue briefly. A man quits his job after kicking his desk chair away and upturning his desk that was filled with paperwork. A woman throws packed plastic bins and clothing off of a couch in anger.
 A boss tells his employees that a group of clients has the attitude that they will rip out the throats of the employees. A female dentist having placed two instruments into a patient's mouth, talks on a cell phone, hangs up, and tells him, "I will hurt you in this chair" as the scene ends. A man tells a woman that his best friend died of bone cancer 20 years ago. A man says that dogs are trouble because they poop on the sidewalk. After saying, "I love you" to each other in a restaurant, a couple laughs and insults each other loudly as a game and they laugh loudly.
 A dog runs into heavy traffic and a man follows; neither is hurt.

PROFANITY 10 - About 67 F-words and its derivatives, 2 obscene hand gestures, 12 sexual references, 38 scatological terms, 38 anatomical terms, 39 mild obscenities, name-calling (crazy, moron, idiots, dumb, sluts, stupid, psycho, punk, Negro, drunks, school boy, boring, pussy whipped, mini-mite, corny, Little Miss Overachiever, homosexual), stereotypical references to corporate officials, bosses, single men, single women, Jews, Koreans, the Chinese, the Japanese, Irish bar owners, Blacks, lesbians, rich people, 4 religious obscenities (GD), 13 religious exclamations (e.g. Oh My God, God, Oh, God, Thank God, Holy [scatological term deleted], I Swear To God, Jesus [F-word deleted] Christ). [profanity glossary]

SUBSTANCE USE - A woman smokes and passes a marijuana cigarette to a friend, who also smokes and passes it back at a Thanksgiving celebration. Several bar scenes feature men and women drinking cocktails and shots of whiskey while drinks are seen on tables and some men and women drink from them, a beverage cart is shown in a home with several bottles of Champagne, a few bottles of wine are seen on a kitchen counter, a man and a woman drink from glasses of wine in a restaurant, a man and a woman in a restaurant drink dozens of cocktails and become drunk (they giggle, slur their words loudly and stumble to the restrooms) and they say the couple they are with is boring because they do not drink very much, several dance club scenes show men and women drinking beer from bottles and glasses along with glasses of whiskey and mixed cocktails, women in bar and club scenes hold large martini glasses and a few drink from them, a man chugs six short glasses of whiskey and his friend slaps a "hangover patch" onto his upper arm at a New Year's Eve party, a man makes a toast with a beer bottle saying "Let's binge drink and have weird sex," men and women drink from beer bottles and wine glasses, a woman gets a can of beer out of a refrigerator in her kitchen and burps, a woman drinking a cocktail at a bar falls asleep with her head on the bar, a man at home drinks from a bottle of beer, a woman at a bar tosses a short glass of clear alcohol into the face of her boyfriend as a joke and they both laugh, a man chugs a large glass of beer to cover the fact that he is going to cry in appreciation of friendship, several men play a drinking game to see who can drink the most whiskey and as the bar fills up with dozens of full and empty short glasses the man begin to slur words and stumble (one of the men wakes up in the afternoon the next day and stumbles in his living room with a hang over), and a man takes a job in a bar and makes this his career.

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Love, sex, emotions, relationships, alcohol and drugs, fidelity, honesty.

MESSAGE - Honest relationships are the only ones that work.

Special Keywords: S7 - V2 - P10 - MPAAR

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