This has some good writing in it, but, like the web series, a lot of it revolves around everyone wanting Evan (Tucky Williams's character). In the movie, either everyone wants her, or is presumed to want her, like L.E. Barone's character, Dov. This is probably because Tucky wrote this, and wants all these women's lives to revolve around her in some way.
However, the tradeoff is that some really good talent, like L.E. Barone, doesn't get more play in this script. She DOES have several scenes, which showcase some real acting chops, and the sex scenes have almost an innocent credibility. This is in contrast to Evan's numerous sex scenes, which have a far less genuine appeal to them, which probably is appropriate, since Evan has far less innocence than Dov. Evan's scenes all seem to revolve around someone being used, someone using, or the using is mutual.
Like the web series, there's no topless nudity in this, just a lot of underwear. I don't know the reasons for this, and maybe it's to have a more subdued rating, but it does give the impression that girl-girl sex is, for the most part, just a lot of grinding and kissing. (The phrase "stone butch", even for the feminine women, comes to mind).
Towards the end (spoiler alert....), there is the stabbing of Evan. It was interesting in and of itself, however, the credibility was lost when there seemed to be no involvement of the legal authorities after 911 was called! It was as if Evan was stabbed and no inquiry, arrest, or consequences incurred afterwards. Unrealistic.
I hope in the future, if Tucky continues to do this, she will write less about how all these women's lives revolve around her, and develop characters like L.E. Barone's even more.