The best Romantic Comedies since the year 2001.
There is an undeniable amount of charm on display here, and even as you start to figure out where the story is going, you’ll be too busy smiling to care.
There are a lot of laughs here, and you will be fighting back tears numerous times (those may even be losing battles, so be ready).
It’s funny, sweet, sad and real, with some great performances from its cast, including a very good turn from Holly Hunter.
The raw truth that this film is digging at speaks to the idea of romanticizing romance itself.
It works as a mystery, revealing its twists and turns at precise moments, but also as a profound love story, showing how affection can be equally healthy and destructive.