The movie Groundhog Day has been seen by just about everybody and the story about a man who relives the same day over and over again is intriguing, but the idea of someone else making a movie about a similar theme would seem destined to fail. However, that is not the case with the new teen comedy/adventure/drama film, The Map of Tiny Perfect Things.
It’s a teen romance featuring an unlikely pair of people, which seems simple enough, but there is a mystery behind the whole story as well. Very intriguing premise. But I have to wonder, did anyone making this film remember what it was like to actually be a teenager?
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“Brittany Runs a Marathon” is more of a metaphor for bettering one’s life.