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Horribly miscast. Cheap looking. Repetitive. But still somehow endearing. The movie is very light-hearted and it isn't complex at all. We've seen these clichéd characters a million times. The directing, music, editing, etc are not focused on at all. It's not the thing to see if you're in the mood for something uplifting, or something with tons of thrills and action. But it is a true gem in which the only thing that keeps it afloat is the sensitivity of the desperately needy relationship between the characters. I found it entertaining and it left me with a warm, fuzzy feeling. Overall, I give this picture 7 out of 10.
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