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As my title suggests, one of those nice breezy films that keeps you occupied for a little more than an hour and leaves you feeling pretty good at the end. Simple premise. Pleasant execution. Dash of humor. Likable characters.
It basically a film about positive thinking and gives you a reason to shed cynicism. All the actors were quite decent and fit the bill. All in all, a good independent film far more pleasing compared to mainstream movies that spend a ton of money and end up leaving the viewer cheated. I would definitely call Rob Greenberg's directorial debut a success.
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