A self-aware slice of contemporary comedy...
Rae makes the most of the comedy and the more thoughtful exploration of April’s growing confidence in her own voice.
The film is generally at its best when she [Regina Hall] is on screen, behaving at her nastiest.
She’s funny, confident, and adept at stealing the spotlight from the older, seasoned actors.
...avoids feeling too secondhand thanks to its central black characters, women who freshen up a tired formula.