By Amber Broyles
The plot...it stumbles. I wouldn't say it drags on, because at no point was I bored, but it does meander a bit. It’s evident in a few scenes Feig didn't know where they were going. Still, the feeling only lingers momentarily before a new scene or a bit of dialogue picks up the atmosphere. A couple sequences felt out of place but were still fun and kept with the tone. Thus, they weren't frustrating. The characters also suffer from a lack of motivation and vague goals. Still, it’s not enough of a distraction to dampen the mood.