I love Greta Gerwig more than you do, but I found this movie very disappointing. Maybe it's because at no point did I care about Hawke's character or what happened with him. But every interaction between Gerwig and the pickle guy was adorable, and I want to see a whole movie about them.
I genuinely enjoyed this. Greta's character was just purely relatable and charming. You really get a sense of who she is and what she really wanted for herself and the people around her. I can't see anything wrong on its storyline, nor do I see anything to change on the script. I loved it, and I believe it's a funny little story for every woman (and their admirers).
A comedy drama uniting the conversational traditions of the Before Trilogy and Baumbach-Gerwig collaborations. The nature of modern love is explored with realism and without the rom-com sheen, but with enough whimsy to keep spectators engaged. Hader and Rudolph's comic timing is a necessary spark, but Moore shines most as the jilted professor. Hawke and Gerwig lead the field with distinction.