Olivia Wilde’s Booksmart is a wonderful teen comedy, albeit a little painful for those of us who actually went through high school in a constant panic that a good GPA was the only path to a happy adulthood. (Ha!) Determined to have a single night of fun before graduation, Molly and Amy (Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever) try to find the cool kids party but somehow end up on a yacht, on drugs, and in the back of their principal’s car. There’s an overabundance of supporting characters, which is forgivable because the screenplay was designed to subvert movie tropes. Sexualities are fluid, while a potential Magical Negro problem is thwarted when that character gets her own unexpected reward. The soundtrack is excellent.