What People Are Saying:
"Much better movie than the premise would indicate and while subject to some cliches and some contrived plotting, the performances are good and so is the chemistry among the actors. Dana Wheeler-Nicholson lends her veteran experience to add needed energy without going over the top. And while domestic abuse is never funny, showing a group of abused women empowered and having as good a time as one could expect in their situations balances the comedy and serious themes well. That's not an easy lift and to pull it off is a credit to the writer/director. This kind of movie could easily be awful to unwatchable, but it's not."
- Daniel L
"This has been a very interesting movie. It's cheesy, yet it keeps you glued to your seat. I will definitely be watching this again!"
"So great. Saw it at a film festival in LA. Great film of empowerment and self discovery."