Vanina’s review published on Letterboxd:
Some genuinely very funny moments - I always think comedy works well when it's really specific, and there's a lot of material about growing up Asian American that works tremendously well. The Keanu stuff is, of course, a big hit with me. There are some cringe-worthy emotional moments, some character developments that feel more at home in a Hallmark film - too rushed, too abrupt. As a Type A-personality woman, I do get annoyed with the female overachiever and the male slacker clichés, but it's a charming film overall.