This was the most stellar cast! And such a gut-wrenching and tear-jerking storyline, but it didn't deliver on anything. The movie didn't allow the actors to shine, they mostly mumbled or talked over each other. Not a single one of the storylines got its due. Is Alex OK? Who knows. Did he ever get to talk about his feelings for Ben that were obviously there but never articulated? Nope - that part almost felt homophobic. Did Josh ever get his due for the lucid things he was saying? Nope, because they were all just cast aside as snide remarks. Where the hell did that dog come from and what was the point of it?? Did Sarah ever get the time and space she deserved to come to grips with her mental health and how it affected her relationships? Absolutely not. Did we get to see Alex shine? Because he would have been the most shining star in this if he had been allowed to be. No, the movie literally only glanced over every issue at play here, not delving into any of them, and it left me intensely disappointed. Keeping two stars because the acting we did manage to see from Aubrey Plaza, Max Greenfield, and Jason Ritter (in particular) was perfect, but the others might as well have not been there (and I LOVE Max Minghella!), and there needed to be much much more Alex, and more Josh, and more Sarah AND much more coherent dialog and real delving into the issues between them all. I really really wanted to know more about their relationships, how they evolved, how Alex felt left behind, how it affected him. We needed more about why Josh is such a jerk, we needed more about why Sarah can't have a functional relationship. I don't understand why there was so much focus on Ben and Siri, that was unnecessary, not only did I not care, but it was about the least compelling storyline of the bunch, objectively. This was such a missed opportunity. I'm sorry I wasted my time on it.