Move over, Superbad: There’s a new teen-buddy comedy in town. The directorial debut of actress Olivia Wilde positions two girls in the lead roles (Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein, whose older brother Jonah Hill starred in Superbad) and allows them to be what most of their gross-out predecessors would not: firmly feminist and funny. They are best friends who worked hard to get into Ivy League universities, only to discover on their last day of high school that many of their classmates did, too, but without spending their weekends in the library. The majority of the narrative unfolds on the eve of high school graduation with the besties hurtling between parties to make up for lost time and bumping against realizations about themselves and their long-held friendship. Wilde is a natural behind the camera, knowing when to tip a scene into surrealism or go straight for the gut. She also surrounds herself with a first-rate if little-known team: cinematographer Jason McCormick, whose glowing close-ups and knack for slow motion render this movie more resplendent than most comedies, and a quartet of female screenwriters who nail the repartee that bright young women with raging hormones would share. Adults played by Jessica Williams, Jason Sudeikis, and Lisa Kudrow top off a diverse and memorable cast.