Pugsley McFly’s review published on Letterboxd:
The premise of the entire story rests upon the quirky personality of the lead character. During a routine visit with her childhood doctor, she discovers she has an anxiety disorder. It does not feel like this information really changes the course of the rest of the story. She continues to be just as quirky and off-kilter for the remainder of the story as she was before receiving the diagnosis from her doctor. It just feels like the entire movie is just her talking a mile a minute with her speech littered with phrases like "Oh my Gawd" along with highly caffeinated ramblings of personal reflection. The movie is decent and all. But it just does not land on target with me as a viewer.