funny female version of a judd apatow film. feig’s direction left something to be desired at points. lighting was off or scenes felt flat. on the whole, though, it is a nice film that feminists seem to like because it shows female characters can be funny and all the rest. whatever, ask them because i don’t know anymore what we’re supposed to be doing to be good people.
edit: i should have mentioned that rose byrne continues to show good range. here she plays a stuck up, but funny woman who doesn’t ever want to lose. she also played this year a scared and vulnerable wife in the horror film insidious.Watched in theater