Thankfully, neither of these descriptions is fitting, with the exception of the Rebel Wilson part (though she is somewhat scaled back). As Alice, she is an engaging and likable protagonist, handling the comedic moments and emotional ones with equal ease.
Though there are a few instances of is a fresh, smart, and often very funny (without resorting to gross-out gags or overly vulgar sex jokes) comedy (leave out the “rom” prefix) featuring a charming ensemble of talented players. Not only that, but there are also a few well-earned bits of heart. (She even does a hilariously perfect impression of Rebel Wilson.) It’s enough to make a person forget all about , well, at least until the sequels come out.
Don’t worry, it’s not this kind of showing her the ropes Non-stop party girl Robin (Rebel Wilson) is loud, brash, and down for anything, or anyone, and takes Alice under her wing. Her sister Meg (Leslie Mann) begins to have regrets of her own.
She dumps her long-term boyfriend (Nicholas Braun), or rather suggests “a break” so they both can experience being single before settling down. Alice quickly realizes she has no clue how to actually single, especially in the fast-paced wonderland of New York City. Fortunately, she makes an instant best friend on her first day of work who is more than happy to show her the ropes. But after a no-strings hook-up with Tom (Anders Holm), the bartender at the neighborhood pub, Alice begins to wonder if she’s made a mistake in breaking it off with her ex.
Again, they are technically deal breakers, but there are exceptions to every rule.
So, you could dodge conversations of questionable behavior forever, or just be honest and hope they still like you, because there's always a chance.
The Angel Brigade is a special branch of the Transvaal military dedicated to the recovery and securing of Lost Technology in the far-flung future.
In practice, though, the five young women who compose its membership – the cooking-obsessed airhead Milfuelle, busty gun nut Forte, costume fetishist Mint, man-hungry Ranpha, and the philosophical, stone-faced Vanilla – much more often find themselves caught in bizarre and stupid situations, such as turning into a tree or ice cream, walking the desert in a pig-shaped sauna suit, kowtowing to a god of kelp for past wrongs, or dealing with the dreaded space-a-cudda.