Emily’s review published on Letterboxd:
If i had a nickel for every time she switched clothes with another boy and them say yes with no hesitation, I’d have two nickels. Which isn’t a lot but it’s weird it happened twice.
Witty and fun with just a sprinkle of feminism always makes for good movie but something doesn’t sit right and I don’t know if its the fact that it’s trying to not take itself to seriously (abundance of fourth wall breaks) while simultaneously trying to be taken very serious (literally murdering a man on screen/women suffrage).
Also the fact that she’s a strong independent women is enough to show that she’s a strong independent woman, not that she also has to literally have an important role in woman's fight for the right to vote and save a cute boy’s life along the way