Lily confesses she’s only becoming a lawyer due to pressure from her parents and decides to stay in Bali to wed Gede.
While some suspension of disbelief is required upon viewing the seaweed farmer’s plush beachside home and the cast’s perfect hair and makeup in a humid climate, it’s still enjoyable and relatable.
And it evokes the age-old dilemma, should parents intervene in an adult child’s life?
The supporting cast includes Billie McLourd as scene stealing Wren, Kaitlyn Dever as Lily and Emily in Paris star Lucas Bravo as Paul, none of whom are outshined by the A-list leads.
There’s no raunchy scenes or foul language making it suitable for all the family and the physical comedy scenes are particular highlights including David’s brush with a dolphin, a proposal gone wrong, and Paul’s close call with a snake.