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I didn't know anything about EW&DG before watching this, but I like Grace and Hannah. This was enough to start with, since the movie was character-driven from the beginning and Lori and Judy have a fun, engaging friendship that pulled me in. The visuals are really nice on this movie and despite there being some very cliche elements, it seems to work. For instance, in an early scene, Electra and Dyna meet with Dan, the slick agent who wants to represent them. He offers them both glasses of what appears to be Kool-Aid. EW accepts and drinks the whole thing. DG declines. You can probably guess who falls for his lines and who is the constant skeptic. Just a cheesy little detail, but honestly, it's a superhero movie and it doesn't take itself too seriously so things like that feel fine where they would be obnoxious in some other movies.
I LOVED all the accuracy devoted to a *modern* world with superheroes. Transportation struggles, fan video uploads, and superhero conventions being incorporated as plot points instead of selectively ignored makes for a fun viewing experience for me.
It's not long, but it's satisfying. A worthwhile watch!
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