BrashBelle’s review published on Letterboxd:
A mix of Heathers, Clueless, Strangers on a Train, and Mean Girls but with a satirical look at Gen Z. There’s so much 90s music in this which I truly appreciated. Maya Hawke has Uma’s voice and sorta face and is talented. Camila Mendes is not so bad herself as the co-star. Typically high school dark comedies are not this long but it flowed nicely. There’s a lot to like and the screenplay is smartly written.