Three different characters (the mom, the brother, the dad) tell us how important it is for the woman not to screw up this dinner with the client's family which is a bit overkill.
And I don't get why the dad would just give up on her in the end as he has been her ally throughout the whole film.
But this is nitpicky stuff.
The two leads, Amy and Jeremy, really help each other out emotionally and their dialogue is great.
I'm glad we eventually meet her ex. And yes he's 180 degrees different than Jeremy.
I downloaded the soundtrack too. It's good. Shazam-worthy.
Amy hitting bottom
I hate the two reviews I've read so far for this movie--one uses football references when there is nothing about sports in this movie and the other one talks about if she's pretty enough to be attractive to a 19 year old! Wtf?#!
Yes, Melanie Lynskey is beautiful and I definitely see the sparks between Amy and Jeremy. Every time they get together they are all over each other. And she's whimsical. And he's not your average 19 year old because he has acting experience playing Robert Mapplethorpe and is about to play Walt Whitman.
This movie leaves me smiling so definitely watch it when you have been wearing ratty t-shirts for a week or you want to down a pint of Ben and Jerry's ice cream.