What is it about?
A woman comes to grips with realizing that her big break in the playwright industry has faded, and must learn to make make the transition.
Who is in it?
Kristen Wiig - Imogene
Annette Bening - Zelda
Matt Dillon - George
After dining out the location of their father, Imogene, Lee, and Ralph head to New York City to meet him. What ends up happening on their trip is rather hilarious.
Imogene: I'm going to go lay down for two minutes, excuse me.
Virginia: It's so sad - how long has she had her drinking problem?
Ralph: Like, two days.
I stumbled upon this movie searching for something to put on the other monitor as I completed some work that I brought home from the office. Surely enough, Amazon Prime gave me this wonderful choice which actually surprised me. Quite frankly, much of the options are often very, very bad. Again, Girl Most Likely was not so much.
Girl Most Likely was very funny, and as always, the character of Imogene was perfect for Kristen Wiig to take on, who does the down-on-her-luck deal so well (see: Bridesmaids).
The characters are what drives this film, and it's worth the watch just because of that. The plot is a bit weird, but the characters themselves keep you invested with wit and some zaniness that's very entertaining.
All in all, it's a decent watch, and surely above the other options on Amazon Prime.