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Rough Night also known as “Girls' Night Out,” “A Noite é Delas,” “Crazy Night: Festa col morto,” “Csajok hajnalig,” “Dekliska noc,” “Hasta que el cuerpo aguante,” “Mergu balius,” “Ostra noc,” “Siste kveld med jentene,” “Tüdrukuteõhtu,” “Una noche fuera de control”

MPAA Rating: R-Rating (MPAA) for crude sexual content, language throughout, drug use and brief bloody images.
Not recommended
Moviemaking Quality:

Primary Audience:
1 hr. 41 min.
Year of Release:
USA Release:
June 16, 2017 (wide—3,000+ theaters)
DVD: September 5, 2017
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Relevant Issues
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crude sexual content

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LUST—What does the Bible say about it? Answer

use of vulgar language


“open marriages”


illegal drug use / cocaine

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How do I know what is right from wrong? Answer

How can I decide whether a particular activity is wrong? Answer

Are we living in a moral Stone Age? Answer

sin / compare to goodness and righteousness

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Featuring: Scarlett JohanssonJess
Zoë Kravitz … Blair
Kate McKinnon … Pippa
Demi MooreLea
Jillian Bell … Alice
Colton Haynes … Officer Scotty
Ilana Glazer … Frankie
Enrique Murciano … Detective Ruiz
Ty Burrell … Pietro
Dean Winters … Detective Frazier
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Director: Lucia Aniello—“Time Traveling Bong” TV mini-series (2016)
Producer: Paulilu Productions
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Dave Becky
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Distributor: Columbia Pictures, a division of Sony Pictures

“Great friends. Terrible choices.”

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Here’s what the distributor says about their film: “In ‘Rough Night,’ an edgy R-rated comedy, five best friends from college reunite 10 years later for a wild bachelorette weekend in Miami. Their hard partying takes a dark turn when they accidentally kill a male stripper at a Miami beach house. Amidst the craziness of trying to cover it up, they’re ultimately brought closer together when it matters most.”

Violence: Heavy / Profanity: Extreme—J*sus Chr*st, J*sus (4), G*d d*mn, Oh G*d (14), Oh my G*d (13+), G*d (5), h*ll (2), d*mn (4), f-words (28), mother-f****r (2), s-words (25+), frequent slang words for male and female genitals, a**hole, a** / Sex/Nudity: Extreme—including bisexuality, “open marriages,” prostitution, sexual acts and references of almost every kind

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Viewer CommentsSend your comments
Neutral—I will say after seeing the previews for this movie and some of the cast, I KNEW I had to go see it, and I did, and, for the MOST part, I had a good time. I laughed out loud several times—STILL laugh thinking about certain parts. Do I recommend this movie? KINDA. I didn’t, however, like the swearing all through the movie. Yeah, I get it was rated R and about killing a stripper, but really that much swearing is not needed, and there’s a lot of sexual humor and a lesbian kiss; neither offended me personally, but I thought I might give folks a heads up.

BUT if you can leave your morals at the door for a 2 hour movie and just laugh, you will for SURE have a good time. P.S.—It’s not just for ladies. I am a straight man and went by myself AND, as you can see, I enjoyed it, so I say if you’re brave enough to handle R rated content and need a few laughs, check this one out
My Ratings: Moral rating: Very Offensive / Moviemaking quality: 3
Chrisman28, age 27 (USA)
Editor’s Response—Dear Christian, after watching the following 9 minute video, let me know if you feel the same way about the objectionable content in movies.
HOLLYWOOD AND GOD,” produced by Christian Answers Team Member Ray Comfort (Living Waters)
Comments from non-viewers
Negative—I went with an open mind, I’m no prude. But after the first 20 minutes I simply couldn’t take it anymore. Gutter script. How could those actors say their absurd lines with a straight face? I personally don’t know anyone who talks like that in real life. Does Hollywood think this is funny, that this is the way real people act? I did go back to the box office and requested a refund—which, thank the Lord, they gave me.
Leonardo, age 75 (USA)

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Movie Critics
…a dark comedy that teeters between formula and something fresh… Ninety-nine percent of the people who see “Rough Night” will have no idea that it lifts its premise, and much of its flavor, from an edgy and overlooked 1998 movie called “Very Bad Things,” which starred Christian Slater…
Owen Gleiberman, Variety
…sweet friendship story is buried beneath a mountain of highly sexual content. …explicit sexual humor… [3/5]
Susan Ellingburg, Crosswalk
…all the talented women here are stuck playing types rather than characters, in a strained frolic in which both the verbal humor and the physical gags too often fall flat. …
David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter
…feels more like a rough draft… There are laughs, but I would hesitate to add the adjective “aplenty.” …
Chris Knight, National post [Canada]
…in the end “Rough Night” feels more like a rough draft—and proves only that rowdy girl comedies can be just as unfunny as rowdy boy comedies. …
Stephen Whitty, The Star-Ledger
…Female sexuality is a constant focus in this film. There's graphic talk… snorting drugs, vomiting in their drinks and regurgitating sordid details about their sexual history. …[1/5]
Bob Hoose, Plugged In
filthy, frenetic… strenuously crude and crotch-obsessed movie… Not even Kate McKinnon and her Aussie accent can salvage “Rough Night”…
Justin Chang, Variety