I wasn't planning on writing a review, but this stuck with me, and a film hasn't done that in a while.
Every aspect of this film was executed the right way. I wouldn't consider it perfect, but it's so well done, so charming, and such a great story that I really don't want to nitpick it at all. It reminded me of why I love film so much, and that, to me, is really all that matters.
Now can one of my friends watch it please so we can discusssss?