The movie title gives you an idea of what to expect. Two couples meet in a bar, talk and fall for one another. From then on one thing leads to another and at the end of their night they end up sleeping together.
The next morning each of these couples is a little confused on whether this was the best way to start their relationship. The question of whether it was about love or compromise pops up.
In the lead role is funny man Kevin Hart and handsome, romantic dude Michael Ealy with their women Regina Hall and Joy Bryant respectively. Whereas Hurt and his partner think last night’s sex was about compromise, Ealy and his partner are celebrating last night act as an act of love. The plot unveils in a funny, witty and comical way.
This is a remake of a 1986 film by the same title, and an author David Mamet 1974 play titled Sexual Perversity in Chicago. The play examines the sex lives of two men and two women in the 1970s. The characters’ relationships become hindered by the caustic nature of their words.