Barbara Curry, a former criminal lawyer, wrote the screenplay for the film inspired from her life's experiences, with additional writing from Belle Nuru Dayne.
Despite negative reviews, Lopez has received praise.
Measuring the film's pros and cons, magazine said that the film's social media activity online and Lopez's pull with Latino audiences would help it.
Several publications particularly criticized the scene where Noah gives Claire a printed book that is supposed to be a first edition copy of the , a work written nearly 3,000 years ago in Greece.
The following morning, Claire wakes up and tells Noah that she regrets their night together, causing him to punch a wall in rage.
After Noah insults her, she expels him.