Well, that's what the title suggests. Really, she just whines a lot and sleeps with a bunch of losers. The only true insurgence here is the one that takes place against the audience at the behest of the filmmakers.
Fox Home Entertainment releases Lola Versus to Blu-ray in a High-Def presentation that shows off the best the shot-on-Super-35 flick has to offer. There is nothing too terribly negative to report as far as evils or annoyances go (translated: no signs of debris, DNR, etc.), and the overall picture quality is pretty sharp and colorful for a modern-day film of this caliber. Accompanying the movie is a DTS-HD MA 5.1 lossless mix that brings out the abundance of noise a movie set in NYC is expected to have, while the infernal "quick-witted" dialogue and music are presented quite clearly.
Special features for Lola Versus include an audio commentary from writers Daryl Wein (who also directed) and Zoe Lister-Jones (who didn't), a batch of deleted scenes, several gag reels (none of which are very amusing), a couple of behind-the-scenes/making-of featurettes, some footage from the movie's premiere (which are in SD, for some reason), and a trailer.
In the end, Lola Versus is just another forgettable dramedy about breaking up. Granted, I will give the writers credit for the very last few seconds of the film, wherein they finally managed to make me crack a smile and say "Yup." It's a real darn shame they couldn't have put as much effort into the rest of their feature.