Rafael Jovine’s review published on Letterboxd:
Boy! People were so right when they said this was such a feel good movie.
It takes a while to kick off, but by the end of the movie you can't do anything but smile. The film is endearing, the soundtrack is made of your stereotypical folk driven indie songs which here actually helps creating this awesome vibe. Lead performances are great all around, especially by Zack and Shia.
Again, it takes a while to actually kick off. The whole background with the brother didn't work that well for me as well as the two duffos, but I can see why maybe they were there.
All in all, if you want to end or start the year with a smile in a happy note, watching this film is certainly a good optionm