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About the Movie
At 29, the most long-term relationship Sasha (Leighton Meester) and Paige (Gillian Jacobs) have ever been in is with each other, using their co-dependent friendship as an excuse not to venture out into the dating world alone. But when Paige meets Tim (Adam Brody) and starts to get serious for the first time, the nature of their friendship begins to shift. Fearing she’s being cast aside, Sasha tries to keep their relationship the same, but does growing up also mean growing apart?
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 33
- Fresh: 21
- Rotten: 12
- Average Rating: 6.1/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: The charming story about millennial confusion is deftly written by Susanna Fogel (who also directs) and Joni Lefkowitz, and the dialog actually sounds like the way a pair of smart and funny twentysomethings might really talk.
Fresh: A well-scripted, intriguingly-acted effort to mine the theme of prolonged adolescent best-buddyism through two women.
Rotten: Meester and Jacobs have an easy, authentic chemistry, but there isn't enough structure or storytelling thrust to sustain interest in the plot: Triumphs, calamities and reunions keep happening, but none contains real dramatic heft.
Fresh: The two stars display a winning chemistry in this amusingly observant study of female friendship.
sweet and charming
Leighton Meester and Gillian Jacobs have really great chemistry - it’s a very funny comedy about female friendships. Highly recommended!
Funny and smart
I watched this movie with a crowd, and we all loved it. The writing was witty, the acting terrific, and the plot continually fun and engaging. It has been a while since I saw a romantic comedy, let alone a non-cheesy romantic comedy that was loved by both men and women. This is it. Seriously, watch this now.
SO GOOD WISH IT WAS LONGER
HONESTLY I COULD WATCH SIX FULL HOURS OF LEIGHTON MEESTER BEING GAY