When I first heard about No Hard Feelings, I wondered why Jennifer Lawrence decided to do this. As things turn it, this mild comedy is easy to watch and likeable. Jennifer Lawrence begins the story as a sketchy character, about to lose the house her late mother left her to back taxes. Working as a bartender and uber driver, she hits a crisis when her car is repossessed. She spies an ad placed by a couple of helicopter parents, wanting someone to bring their 19 year old college bound son into adulthood. Payment comes in the form of a car---a Buick Regal. The son played by Andrew Barth Feldman has great fun proving opposites sometimes don't attract. It's a little odd watching a 30 something bartender try to seduce an awkward 19 year old, but No Hard Feelings provides a few laughs and a nicer than expected message. I enjoyed the funny side of Jennifer Lawrence in the kind of raunchy comedy they rarely make anymore.