Jesse’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's rather a shame that this put such a large target on its back because it's the type of film that should have been a pleasant surprise to discover & then tell your friends to check out on a weekend night in. Instead it became a victim of The Discourse, & frankly I can't sympathize because it put itself in that position. What an utter miscalculation.
The film itself? It's fine. It's best in the first half when it functions more as a gay comedy of manners, with some sharp & funny things to say about the sexual & social mores of contemporary gay urban life; when it switches to rom-com mode it gets flabby & the attempts at laughs more desperate. I personally had to work hard to overlook how shockingly unqualified Bobby seemed as a museum director, & frankly his action that spurs the obligatory crisis-that-must-be-overcome is a personal line that once crossed would cause someone to be dead to me, making it difficult for me to muster any enthusiasm for the equally obligatory reconciliation. Luke McFarlane is very good though, his underplaying proves very effective—& very sexy too. But yeah, any expectations that this would be a box office smash?? In this movie viewing economy??? GIRL.