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Synopsis

A woman living in New York takes control of her life- one block at a time.

Cast

  • Jillian Bell
  • Jennifer Dundas
  • Patch Darragh
  • Alice Lee
  • Erica Hernandez
  • Max Pava
  • Michaela Watkins
  • Adam Sietz
  • Dan Bittner
  • Mikey Day

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  • Originally titled Run Fatboy Run 2, Simon Pegg decided to pass on this role.
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Wow..! I really wasn’t expecting this to be that great of a movie but boy was I wrong. A lot of folks will find this to be an inspirational movie but I think it is much more. It’s actually very deep and shows how people are often misunderstood and how people don’t show how complicated theirs lives are but they don’t show it because everyone puts on a happy face. Not to give anything thing away so all I can say it’s a must see..!!

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David W

Metacritic

70
Sep 11, 2019

Bell is as hilarious as ever. But she also emotes great empathy. Those smiles and tears are genuine. Fittingly, she’s given all of us going through the same thing what we have been looking for: a step in the right direction.

Metacritic review by Asher Luberto
Asher Luberto
Film Threat
55
Aug 22, 2019

The script is stocked with amusing one-liners, and there are just enough caustic observations to keep viewers nodding in agreement.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Weitzman
Elizabeth Weitzman
TheWrap
60
Jan 30, 2019

Colaizzo’s dialogue often crackles with modern idioms and good pithy comments, flowing from the distinct characters in easy fashion. As a director, he’s paced the action well. He knows what he’s doing, even when he’s doing the wrong thing.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter