Fun, much better than Into Darkness, but still falls into a bunch of summer blockbuster traps. (The 'enemy' has always got to be a goddamn swarm of something.)
I had reservations going into this film--I am absolutely not a Paul Feig fan--and while some of my expectations were exceeded, my worries about Feig as a director were not entirely unfounded.
Short version: it was okay, but had a bunch of problems. I'll probably see it again, but only on Netflix or something.
a) I laughed pretty much every time Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones opened their mouths. Jill and Patty were solid characters and both performers…