Sophie Cowdrey’s review published on Letterboxd:
Moxie is trapped in the narrative cliches of a typical American high school drama but also tries its very best to raise the social issues of this generation. These girls discover the strong foundations of third-wave feminism and the underground punk movement, adapting it to their own lives and personal battles. Brave but brief strokes of gender, racial and LGBTQ+ representation which would probably work better in a TV show, giving us more time to explore the many interesting supporting characters.
Whoever wrote this script needs reminding that yes, teenagers do weird shit, but taking a girl on a date to a funeral home and laying together in a coffin is on another level, like dude that is not date material