So I learned a new word in regards to this movie. Someone called it excessively "twee", which means being sickeningly sweet. It's also a kind of simple pop music (think Zooey Deschanel). And yeah. That about sums this movie. I just don't think it knew quite what it wanted to be. Some parts were really sweet and heartfelt, but then it would try and be a little more serious, which felt out of place with the rest of the movie. Unfortunately, the musical aspect of it didn't work for me at all. All of the songs sounded the same, half of them were sung into the camera for some reason, and all they did was act out the exact words they were saying. I wasn't digging it. This movie did have its moments though. The cast is really charming. I think Emily Browning is really talented and if there was any one else in the main role, the movie might have been unbearable. Olly Alexander and Hannah Murray are also really sweet and have good screen presence. But the three of them were not enough to completely save this for me.