I remember watching this movie on Amazon Prime a bit ago. On how this movie does have a touching and sentimental plot-line progress in some funny general scenes but at times seems to have a somewhat agenda. In the way of how the movie does make it seem *spoiler warning* on plot-line that it is okay and understanding to comprehend a girl’s point of view in a loner/loser/virgin’s stance of perception of a college student. Although the oddity, that it is fine to be with a bit of a “dirty” girl at the end. In how the girl he met in the elevator short circuit power outage was dating a bad guy in the story but makes it seem okay to date a girl who was with someone like that and who knows how many others; which are really as much specified as it is inferred but not true but being may be a rumor. Although evidence is there of her being with a druggy type of guy and sleeping in a dark trapped elevator making her seem be a fine girl to connect with even if it was a one night stand.
The movie does have a touching moments at times but some points I remember even from reading other review some parts of the movie did seem to make the masculine persona to be weak and having women be the prized pedestal to treasure. It did have good points as in the egotistical view of a girl’s POV to be turned inwards to her not using her looks to get what she wants after getting hurt. In how before she would get students to do her homework or not care of other people’s (specifically, guys’) feelings or perception.
All in all good overall movie way giving it a 3/5 but as can say, some points would be noticeable cringy or seem as an agenda a bit to go against guys but go for girls no matter what in POVs; great to see a throwback of a love/mystery story of a male college student’s point of view trying to find his hidden one night stand love, no matter what even if she isn’t 100 in good traits as in for to express and receive to both sides why is good and bad cringy in points to viewing this film.