I was genuinely excited to watch this movie - I generally enjoy Katherine Heigl films (I'm always up for a bit of unambitious cheese), and I'm a big fan of Alexis Bledel, so I was keen to see a movie in which the two play a lesbian couple, one of whom is coming out to her parents. Unfortunately, the film really didn't deliver. The relationship between Heigl and Bledel seemed like a bit of an afterthought: Their first two scenes together there seems to be no affection between them whatsoever. Not once do they so much as touch, and Kitty (Bledel) very unceremoniously leaves her fiancée to face her family alone after a rather disheartening speech about how Jenny (Heigl) has been lying to them for years. Only about half an hour in do we get a strangely platonic kiss and hug between the two. The reactions of Jenny's parents, too, seemed very strangely written for two seemingly loving, educated and non-radical parents in 2015. The writers seemed to rely more on generalized, seemingly unfounded coming out clichés as their reactions. These two things are what really bothered me about the film, and what made me feel as if this was a coming out movie written rather clumsily by a very straight person whose only grounding for this film has been taken somewhat awkwardly out of pop culture. If you want to watch a good LGBT film, I'd go elsewhere. This film means well, but is from such a strangely straight viewpoint that it's fairly painful to watch.