Stumbles a bit as it heads across the finish line, but this is a well-made, enjoyable story of friendship in the 90s.
Plays like a slick marketing promotional video created by the New Orleans tourism bureau. The advertisement feel is off-putting.
An extremely subjective work, I found very little meaning in the film, but I did enjoy the feeling of zen-like peace that it provided.
Aimless and directionless, drifting through its own existence.
A lukewarm romance that’s forgettable, tedious, and bland.
Will likely make you want to watch “9 to 5” as soon as possible, while also creating a spark to get involved in political and social action for women’s equality.