Sally Jane Black’s review published on Letterboxd:
Turning this into comfort food is probably a bad idea, but it's so immediately easy with just enough emotional moments to not be empty. It's gay. It's bad enough to not need to immerse myself and good enough to not be a pain to have on. It's got some funny moments, almost all from Dan Levy, and it's got Kristin Stewart being moody and gay. By the way, it's also gay.