Narratively and tonally random, cliche, or messy at points, but that's barely a matter when you have a movie that cares a lot about its subjects. It's great to see the normalization of black women in intimate and everyday contexts, whether it's regarding their relationships, their careers, or their families. It's even better to see them at the front and center of a mainstream family movie about such a landmark event in history. You can clearly see the love and fun put into the colorful music, set pieces, and outfits (which actually complimented darker complexions!) and the equally as vibrant humor and chemistry between the lead actresses. They were easy to love, and you can tell from their spot-on acting how much they genuinely cared about their characters. Despite its few technical flaws, I'm very glad that this movie was made and that audiences were so receptive, and I excitedly look forward to more positive, progressive movies like this.