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Metascore

Based on 15 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
83
Last Night is on to something fascinating. It meditates on the meaning of adultery: the purposes it serves, beyond sex.
70
Variety
An aptly gorgeous-looking Manhattan meller whose quartet of sexy actors proves no less attractive than the well-mounted picture as a whole.
63
Beautifully shot and reeking with style, Last Night is as slow as sorghum; nothing ever really happens.
60
Nominally a story about sex, lies and faithfulness, Last Night is more truly a cautionary tale about mousetrap narratives.
60
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.
50
Village Voice
First-time director Massy Tadjedin conjures some essence of constrained desire, but mostly from the architecture.
50
With true insights in short supply, the on-the-nose material fails to seduce.
50
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.
40
The Hollywood Reporter
Last Night is a sex tease, but that makes it sound more exciting than it ever becomes.
40
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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