This is an achingly sweet movie. Sweet enough to give you a toothache. And yet - there will be tears. If you are, say, under 35, the romance is enough. From 35 to 55, there are more than enough catastrophes and illnesses, death, and disasters that you've seen to make you think - 'Huh.' Then, if you are older than 55, just prepare to cry a lot. Maybe a box of Kleenex for this one.
There is such unexpected insight in the 'baby switch' scene. If you're a parent, you know your baby is yours and that can't ever change. What if it did? I don't think I'm revealing anything here because this is a time travel movie, not a thriller and no one was kidnapped or stolen. But the switch created a unique moment for the protagonist of the film and he reacted - just as any parent would.
I postponed watching this film even though I own it on Prime Video. Now that I have seen it, I will watch it again. It's no 'Love Actually' (which I think some people expected) but it's just as good. Despite having a time travel subplot, it is even quieter and more natural than 'Love, Actually,' in my opinion.
The comments about the wealth of the characters are justified. This is lots of money on display here - but the privilege is understated. That makes it easier to watch.