I'm sorry - had hopes for this, but right away had no respect for the child WW who cheated, then the adult WW was mean, cold, wooden, and condescending to the blond woman trying to be her friend. Wears sexy high heels but tells men to go to hell, alienates coworkers...what kind of role model is this. The evil TV guy isn't a good actor - not very believable, can't see why the blond woman was interested in him. Also, she acts too dumb in an unconvincing way. A Ph.D in archeology and all her specialties just wouldn't act that silly. Depiction of the '80's isnt accurate at all - clothes are not really right. Women would not wear off the shoulder tight blouse and tight leggings to work at the Smithsonian in the '80s. They shouldn't wear that to work now either. Professional women in DC wore nice suits then. (I was one of them.) The outfits in the movie are just frumpy but they didn't show the nice style of the '80's including hairdos - this is just modern styles sort of tweaked to look from a distant decade, not designed by anyone who worked in the '80s.
The '80's music wasn't right either. I guess for young people it doesnt matter - they won't know the difference but to me it was bizarre. I didn't really see any chemistry between WW and Pine. Story was fragmented or something - and it didn't make sense if you didnt see the prequel. Not sure it was a great storyline even if you did see it. I gave up after about an hour of this. This heroine doesn't compare to the original WW who was beaming with smiles and light and goodness.