Scottish accents make everything better.
Jane (Karen Gillan) is an author who is trying to get her first book published. She's turned down by so many people, but Tom (Stanley Webber) sees something in her and after helping edit her book down, he publishes it and it's an instant success. But when she goes to write her second novel, she ends up getting a bad case of writer's block.
Why did I say Scottish accents make everything better? Because this is a rom com and I'm shocked that I actually enjoyed it so much. I kind of feel like I would've hated it had it taken place anywhere else, but this place and this cast just make this film shine.
Initially, I threw this film in my Netflix queue because of Iain De Caestecker. His part is small, but he's charming as always. Gillan is an absolute joy to watch. I know she has a rather large fanbase from Doctor Who, but I'm not as familiar with her. I can see why she has so many fans, she's lovely.
It's nice when you find a film in a genre that you normally hate and end up enjoying it so much. The whole thing works well together. Even though it hits some typical cliches, it at least makes them feel a bit fresh.
Memorable Quote: "I've never been this happy." - Jane (Karen Gillan)