There were a lot of things I liked about this movie. The pacing seemed a little slow, but on the other hand, we live in a world where every second of a blockbuster movie is worth millions. I saw the latest 'Avengers' movie in the theater, but I walked out at the end with a headache and my brain leaking from seventeen things going on at once, and I think I retained about a third of what I saw. In comparison, this is a simple little film, yes, but I GOT it. Behind the basic little love story is a world in which every eyeblink is recorded, and the technology behind it is scarily possible today. It was a nice, relaxing thing to watch. The acting was decent. I haven't seen all of Paul Bright's films, but Angora Ranch is another pleasant thing to watch, and I recognized a few of the actors from that movie in this one. Honestly didn't care much for Danny; I thought he was a bit annoying. Paul plays the same part he plays in the three movies I've seen of his. I think I'm a little older than Paul, but hey, if I had his body, I'd flash it too. I know Paul has a train fetish, but I wish he'd explained why the steam engine has replaced more modern and efficient engines. Didn't like Angie, Danny's mother, either. Kinda whiny. Overall, not bad.