'Look Both Ways' Review: To Be and Not to Be

There's a consoling thought at the core of the ruminative lighthearted comedy Look Both Ways, an idea that no life decision is ever some unacceptable one — everything relies upon how you manage that decision.

Lili Reinhart stars as two versions of the same woman, Natalie, who, at the film’s opening

has just graduated from college in Austin and is ready to embark on her five-year plan for success.

has just graduated from college in Austin and is ready to embark on her five-year plan for success.

She and her closest companion, Cara (Aisha Dee), are set out toward Los Angeles, where Natalie will send off her fantasy vocation as an illustrator.

But the other Natalie is hit with a serious quandary: she finds herself pregnant after a one-night tumble with another close friend, Gabe (Danny Ramirez)

She decides to keep the baby, moving back in with her parents—played by Luke Wilson and Andrea Savage—and involving Gabe in the baby’s birth and upbringing

The main thing is for young adults to be ready for that lemon assault, because they never really stop coming.