'Today isn't your egg day!'
The good: It has a nice 1920s look to it and there are some cute and funny moments that I really liked.
The scenes in the old cinema, where a scruffy and unhappy Lino Ventura watches a silent film and falls in love with its star, are wonderful.
The bad: It's just very silly and random at times.
The ugly: Not a single snog!
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The look on Louisa's face in the final shot of the film, though. It was a look that said 'I did it. I won!', and it all made sense all of a sudden.
That ending (and Rachel Weisz, of course) saved the film for me, really.