It's a charming, intelligent movie with a lot of heart and, naturally, some killer jokes
New York Post
A film that's as pertinent as it is personal.
It's such a thorough, and thoroughly winning, performance that I was left wondering why Emma Thompson hasn't been the star of every other movie for the last 25 years.
Funny as hell, and with something to say.
With impeccable timing, both in its humor and topicality, writer-star Mindy Kaling and director Nisha Ganatra have crafted a polished, accessible, and earnest mainstream comedy about the travails of women in the entertainment industry and the workplace.