A social butterfly who dies during her birthday week is given a second chance to right her wrongs on Earth.
It is cliché, and the tagline pretty cheesy, but how can you not love it anyway? It looks good; feels good; has an entertaining theme.
It's a feelgood story about a party girl who - unlike what you might expect from the title - does not just go to heaven and keep partying, but more so has to slow down and think things through; make things right with the people she cares about.
I'm a little disappointed it didn't delve even deeper into that particular bit of it though. Cliché connections. No really decisive encounters. No bad people, like that party gang. No death by water slide off roof like you might've expected. But heartfelt, all the way.
I especially like the friend.
It's good. It's not out of this world good and it seems more of a chick flick than one of mine but: I like it. They did it well. Charming; not bland as hell.
rated 3/5: not bad