A teenager living with her sister and parents in Manhattan during the 1990s discovers that her father is having an affair.
Review by Steve:
Felt almost felt like – Woody Allen movie he did not make because of all the cheating going on in it. The typical story of a family going through hard times. This particular tale revolves around two sisters who discover dad’s stepping out on mom, but one of the sister should not throw bricks at glass houses. Did a good job of putting us in the 90s. It seems like there was no real need for the movie to have taken place in the 90s unless the filmmakers were really sold on the name of the film. You see the landlines in the film but they don’t really do anything for the story, but there were a few funny moments about being a teen in the 90s and the technology available to us. The characters are really good and the actors give great performances as them, which is what really makes the movie over anything else.