My gf suggested this one, saying: "We're gonna finish this and you're gonna find it to be...okay", and that assumption could not have been more spot-on. I've gotta admit: some of the sight gags and one-liners were actually pretty zingy.
Though I am kinda baffled at the sheer cognitive dissonance of a film that pits itself as being somewhat feminist while simultaneously being blatantly misogynistic. (And possibly transphobic, too? Not quite sure on that claim but I was getting some pretty off-putting vibes in that regard.) I think the filmmakers were trying to make introspective instances out of these moments, commentating on the endless and insidious ways sexism is internalized at both the personal and systemic levels, but half the time they just ended up un-ironically embodying their own satire.
The other, non-sexist half was still enjoyable, though, so that helped to balance things out -- not in the stablest of ways, but offset nonetheless.