Four women find their friendships affected by their differing lifestyles. Designer Jane (McDormand), screenwriter Christine (Keener) and super-rich Franny (Cusack) focus on sorting out slacker Olivia (Aniston), who lacks a husband or purpose. In the process, they discover all is not rosy in their worlds.
While this doesn’t add up to much more than ‘It’s good to be rich and have friends’, it’s entertaining, with some choice performances and the laugh-out-loud quotient of a good sketch show.
Reviewed by Angie Errico
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