Raunchy romantic comedy.
Charmingly offbeat romance.
Fantastical, imaginative journey.
Sweet, funny, and flawed.
Epic in length.
On vacation in Hawaii.
In imagined worlds.
Somewhere with snow.
A generic city.
Youth and adults, in separate worlds.
An ordinary person on an extraordinary adventure.
A person looking for meaning in life.
A person having a comically tragic (non-life threatening) experience.
I'm not sure.
Like all of these other choices suck.
A day in the life.
Like starting over.
Lacked compelling characters while squandering space and time.
Was too sentimental about the unsentimental.
Had a relentlessly frenetic vibe.
Was way too fucking long.
Was poorly constructed with a plot headed nowhere.
Turned out to be contrived and precious with a capital P.
Was something I didn't pick out myself.
Someone, young or young at heart, who is exploring love and life in an increasingly connected and disconnected world.
Someone who deals with personal setbacks through hilarious misadventures in the sunshine.
An unemployed stoner determined that his true destiny is waiting just around the corner.
Somebody who speaks Turkish.
An ordinary, rule-following, perfectly average civilian.
A tiny, extraordinarily imaginative hero faced with unstoppable catastrophes.