Nisha Ganatra directorial Late Night is a dramedy starring Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson. Kaling has also created a screenplay. The film also stars Max Casella, Hugh Dancy, John Lithgow, Denis O’Hare, Reid Scott, and Amy Ryan.
Late Night is about a late-night speak uncover horde Katherine Newbury (Thompson) who impulsively hires a initial womanlike author for her programme, Molly Patel (Kaling) after being indicted of being a lady who hates women.
Late Night has gratified critics and binds a “fresh” rating of 80 per cent during examination assembly site Rotten Tomatoes. The accord reads, “Smart, timely, and brought to life by a superb cast, Late Night is a workplace comedy with a lot of heart — and only as many laughs.”
Entertainment Weekly’s Leah Greenblatt wrote, “Ganatra nimbly mixes classical rom-com tropes with fresher ideas on race, class, and a tangled ideologies of complicated feminism, yet her tinge can also feel scattershot and infrequently too sitcom-ish.”
The Wrap’s Yolanda Machado opined, “Kaling qualifies as an consultant during essay regretful comedies after 5 seasons of The Mindy Project. But a intrigue in Late Night isn’t girl-meets-boy; it’s girl-meets-career.”
Associated Press’ Jake Kyle wrote, “It’s an superbly fun and light film about some-more critical issues of illustration and equality.”
Screenrant’s Sandy Schaefer wrote, “Late Night works as a kindly humorous (if rather toothless) dramedy, interjection to a multiple of authentic performances and Kaling’s frank writing.”