Tom Oakley’s review published on Letterboxd :
Not a challenging watch - or much of a surprise if you've seen the trailer. It's a warm-hearted twist on the boy-meets-girl story. "Pretty Woman but [Seth Rogan] is Julia Roberts". Filled with pop culture references, and thinly-veiled political commentary, it's a feel-good flick with a few good chortles. A nice twist to have a positive Republican character in an otherwise leftist film - it almost began to bridge a gap between people with different political ideologies but instead stays well clear of anything that heavy. Charlie Theron continues to excel in every genre she gets involved in. A safe choice for date-night, but nothing more.