Chick Flick Alert! No one can do them better than director Nick Cassevetes ("The Notebook") when he's in the mood. Working with writer Melissa Stack in her first full-length project (I'll keep an eye out for this talented gal), this pair knows how to deliver a punch straight to where we live. This guilty pleasure is a perfect showcase for the hilarious Leslie Mann and the fearless Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (in a wild departure from "Game of Thrones"), but the others are laugh-out-loud funny, too.
Being a successful lady killer can have its perils when the ladies involved are:
It is clear that we are in good hands when the movie opens with a gorgeous aerial shot of New York City and (I'm pretty sure) Etta James singing "I Want a Sunday Kind of Love." ...sigh...
Rated PG-13, you will see no nudity and hear no profanity, but there are several segments where the women get drunk together. I have never seen such terrific physical comedy that features women! I'll have to buy the DVD because I know there were whole chunks of the witty dialogue that got by me.