Hot Tub Time Machine (movie)
Review: 'About Last Night' remake has little to offer
Review: 'About Last Night' remake has little to offer

The question to be asked of "About Last Night," the so-called reimagining of the 1986 screen adaptation of David Mamet's caustic one-act dating comedy "Sexual Perversity in Chicago," is not: "Is it better than the first film?" because it's a draw, at best. Rather, the question is: "Is there any pressing need for it?" There isn't. Nonetheless, the apparently marketable title is back — minus its original closing ellipsis — and the action has been moved from Chi-Town to Los Angeles with four appealing, talented African American actors in the lead roles originally played by Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, Jim Belushi and Elizabeth Perkins. Unfortunately, this latest version, written by Leslye Headland...