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  • Summary: This comedy follows the hilarious antics of four friends looking for love in the '90s. (BV Entertainment)
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  1. Positive: 12 out of 15
  2. Negative: 1 out of 15
  1. Concentrating on the fine-tuned trivia that fuels so much television comedy, it also creates two bright, appealing heroines and watches them face life's little insults with fresh, disarming humor.
  2. Reviewed by: Alison Macor
    89
    Rarely does a first film depict characters who seem so comfortably familiar, and even less frequently are these characters three-dimensional women.
  3. Reviewed by: Deborah Brown
    80
    Only once dipping into huggy sentimentality, we are happily spared the run-of-the-mill best mates saga the premise threatens. Instead this is a deeper and wonderfully engrossing picture with characters easy to sympathise with
  4. Reviewed by: Staff(not credited)
    75
    If the very idea of another movie about a bunch of overprivileged thirtysomethings and their relationships has you reaching for your revolver, Nicole Holofcener's winning debut feature will come as a pleasant surprise.
  5. Reasonably lifelike and nicely acted (Keener is especially good), but otherwise nothing special, this is an OK light comedy.
  6. Reviewed by: Karen Schoemer
    70
    Holofcener has a wonderful breezy touch. She hides life issues in such sweet moments, you barely notice them as they go down.
  7. 20
    Writer-director Nicole Holofcener's earnest first feature is a low-budget comedy drawn from the pages of her own dear diary. Most women have sense enough to burn theirs.

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