No Hard Feelings



Desperate for a car so she can earn money Uber driving, Maddie takes an unorthodox job from a set of overprotective parents.

"No Hard Feelings" is a crude journey of self-discovery. The pacing is a bit off-kilter, and the entire story loses steam in the back half where the jokes also land less frequently. There's some unnecessary full-frontal nudity and it feels as if there's a missed opportunity to make a statement about the mental health of a generation of young adults. However, it's still interesting to see that in trying to coax a young man out of his shell, the protagonist actually learns about herself and what she wants out of life. Must love dogs.

Jessica Avelsgaard

Wide Release 22nd June 2023
Sony Pictures 103 mins

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