A twenty-something comedienne's unplanned pregnancy forces her to confront the realities of independent womanhood for the first time.
I’m not even sure why I watched this, I don’t even think I read a description or watched a trailer, but it was actually more entertaining than I thought it would be.
When I first saw Jenny Slate, I was ready to turn the movie off! I absolutely LOATHED her as Mona-Lisa in Parks and Recreation (although not as much as her brother!) and couldn’t think of anything worse than a 90 or so minute movie with her as the lead but I was very amazed that she was really good in this!
Aside from Slate, it’s has a pretty good cast of actors, especially the leads, real characters with real emotions, a good and entertaining story that gets better towards the end.
I was on my computer while watching this movie but found that as the film went on, I was paying less attention to the computer and more to the movie.
While this was a good movie to watch, it won’t be something I would watch again.