Complicated - lots of part really connected to, the realizing the life you're living isn't really yours and just an instruction book you're following that has nothing change everyday thing really worked for me. The getting with the nice guy who was still kinda weird (?) aspect didn't. Juliet Sykes story was like 50/50.
There's definitely some aspects of this film that border on problematic or more accurately - working too closely within the cliches it seems interested in. Very much a portrait of the very-white, very rich and privileged world, but to me it feels like it acknowledges it. Hints of queerness all around the edges that these characters can never actually experience, real connection limited by their own world and narrative cliches.
Pretty Pimpin' scene ruled.