14 August 2020 | SnobReviews
An easy-going, decent comedy.
Thankfully for Chelsea Peretti's committed performance, "Spinster" succeeds at being different than most rom-com's even though it's script could've used some re-working.
In this comedy, after her boyfriend breaks up with her on her birthday, a woman tackles her fears of loneliness and what it means to be single.
An easy-going and sometimes funny film that really showcases Peretti's acting chops. I did feel as though "Spinster" lagged at some points and wondered if scenes could've been altered or re-worked. Some of the jokes didn't land as you'd expect them too but it's still a decent enough film to get through on a gloomy evening.
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