This movie was...typical in the sense that young, educated females are tossing out the old ways (Better ways)! and becoming independent and self-centered. Yes, the acting was exemplary but the message was very, "real women don't need men." I think that parents should pause and think, "Is this movie telling my child good values?" In my opinion it does not.
The media today is telling young girls that having relations before marriage is alright, which this movie clearly represents. The world needs more movie that are wholesome, yet fun. We need to get back to the days where girls had grace, poise, and propriety