Dylan Moses Griffin’s review published on Letterboxd:
The main character, Ray Livingston, has a job that seemingly only exists in film. He runs some dating blogs, and somehow makes a living from it. Scenes predominantly feature young people who seemingly have nothing but free time to walk around and talk to each other, and eat with each other at fancy restaurants. This is the type of movie and characters I frequently hate, so why did I find myself loving it so much? Why did it feel fresh, original and unique, like something I had never seen before? Because these were roles and depictions always reserved for white actors.