The New York Times

By Rachel Saltz
An unpleasant comedy about friendship, aims to be a female twist on the bromance. Crude and knockabout, it nonetheless has - like many a bromance - a sloppy, sentimental heart.
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The road to hell is paved not just with good intentions, but with movies that attempt to capture the way women really talk.
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New York Post

By Farran Smith Nehme
It's deeply frustrating to discover that this 2012 movie has precisely the same concerns as the ["The Women"] - appearance and men - with raunchy frankness about sex added and every trace of real wit siphoned out.
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By Dennis Harvey
This crude, shrill day in the life of three ill-matched Manhattan women will prove as irksome to most viewers as it is to the protags.
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Slant Magazine

An embarrassing girls-behaving-badly indie romp you'd expect a group of friends to write after an all-you-can-drink brunch.
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Time Out New York

A noble goal, but That's What She Said's overload of self-loathing is apt to break the audience's spirit first.
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Los Angeles Times

By Gary Goldstein
Avoid this one like, well, a yeast infection.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
This nadir of equal-opportunity raunch forces viewers to spend time with a needy yeast-infested adult who doesn't know how to go on a date with a man; her grating, neurotic monster of a best friend; and a third, random younger chick, who's crazy-upset about some tedious thing that happened with her boyfriend.
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22 out of 100
Generally unfavorable reviews
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