This is one of those movies that just passes through your brain without really having any effect at all.
It’s not particularly funny (doesn’t even really try to be actually), and the emotional moments are all really low-key. No characters or scenes have enough energy to be annoying, so you just drift through it with ease.
I will say, though, that the ending is actually somewhat depressing. Tina Fey’s character is left a bit adrift and sad at the end in some regards, and it gives the movie an overall downer feel.
It seems like this movie should have been an indie drama but somebody decided to morph it into a romantic comedy. It doesn’t work as either.
But it’s easy to sit through…so it has that going for it…