amelia’s review published on Letterboxd:
This felt like the child of Never Rarely Sometimes Always and Booksmart but without the chemistry of Booksmart and less of the stakes of NRSA. One of my major qualms with Unpregnant is how it feels like you can see the script. The dialogue feels leaden and the characters feel half baked, making it difficult to ever fully buy into the friendship between the lead girls. I did really like how the tension with the pro-life family scene was handled and would be interested in seeing the director do a project in the future with the horror/thriller genre.
Unfortunately, because of the time of release of this movie it’s going to be getting those comparisons quite frequently. and during its runtime it never justifies a rewatch over Booksmart or NRSA.