I liked it. Should've known what I was getting myself into when I saw that it was a 40 Acres & A Mule production, lol. Funny enough, this film was light on the racial issues for a Spike Lee joint. Though I've never been to New York City, I do admire it for its diversity, which was celebrated in this film. Bobby Cannavale and John Ortiz were hilarious; they were perhaps my favorite part of the film; Michelle Rodriguez was playing yet another mad-at-the-world femme with a chip on her shoulder; Sarita Choudhury has got to be one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen, even when she's being a harpy, she's gorgoues; Sergej Trifunovic's character was actually lovable despite his many obvious flaws; and 'The Daily Show's" Aasif Mandvi was a pleasant surprise! While I enjoyed this film, I found it weird that Rodriguez' story was left so unresolved. Or at least to me, it felt unresolved, whereas everyone else's were wrapped up neatly with a bow. This movie came across to me as mostly a comedy, with some drama and a little tragedy thrown in. If you're a Spike Lee fan, give it a look-see.