Charlize Theron has a habit of making really interesting film choices, often flying under the radar. It’s refreshing that this giant beauty has the audacity to play against type or explore peoples view of her type, as you see in this film. Dark comedy of the Juno ilk, this dive into the life of “the popular” explores the nature of growing up, at any age, and happiness. While she is predominately one note throughout the film, she does it well. Good cast, over all nicely done but, not quite date night. More girls nights with wine and cheese.