The Map of Tiny Perfect Things



Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 81%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 92%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 117

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February 12, 2021 at 04:21 AM



Kathryn Newton as Margaret
Kyle Allen as Mark
Jorja Fox as Greta
Josh Hamilton as Daniel
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911.69 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 39 min
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English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 39 min
P/S 151 / 221

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SleepingMorpheus 6 / 10

Its exactly like you expected

This movie trope has been done so many times that nothing in this movie feels original enough. Still for any newcomer in the genre, its good entry point. For any seasonal viewer, you have seen all of this before, this time with teen rom-com in it.

Still, this movie is charming enough to just sit back and enjoy. God knows there are far worse movies streaming nowadays.

Reviewed by mikaylan-16327 6 / 10

Heartfelt and Warm, but Slow

I went into watching this film with the expectation that it was a normal teen romance, which was definitely not true! The movie is more centered around the idea of the time anomaly.

I like the warm mood of the film, but I think it oftentimes felt like it was going on forever. The actors have okay chemistry, but it does seem predictable.

Reviewed by Lockout_Salties 5 / 10

Harmless, but also thoughtless

I'm getting so sick of the whole day-keeps-repeating-over-and-over plot line. No movies that I know of have really done anything new with the concept, but they at least manage some sense of charm and intrigue. Unfortunately, the painfully generic Map of Tiny Perfect Things flounders in that department.

The story is pretty much exactly what you'd expect. It's so predictable, that it's entirely unnecessary to put it in this review. Just read the basic premise and title, and you've already got a pretty good idea as to where it's going.

Now, that on its own wouldn't be a problem. The similarly predictable Palm Springs managed to be incredibly enjoyable, thanks to great performances, some funny lines, and solid writing. The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is just... meh in every department. The performances are serviceable, but they aren't exceptional. The writing does okay, but there's really nothing memorable. And there is but one funny line in the entire movie, which inexplicably is said in the middle of what I assume was supposed to be an emotional scene.

Additionally, the whole film has an aggressive Indie vibe, as if every frame is screaming "WE WEREN'T MADE BY A BIG MOVIE STUDIO." This is especially strange, considering that it was made by Amazon, one of the largest companies in the world. Because of this, the whole film has this underlying sense of corporate control that was almost a little eerie. For example, it feels like the love interest has a sad backstory not so that the audience can empathize with her, but rather because the studio heads say it'll make people cry. Honestly, this strange tone persisted throughout the movie, and I was more than a little uncomfortable with it.

Overall, the Map of Tiny Perfect Things is harmless and doesn't really have anything horrible in it. Items just so cookie-cutter and bland, taking an overdone premise and doing nothing new with it. I suppose it will make for a serviceable movie-watching experience, but frankly there are much better time travel movies out there (Safety Not Guaranteed on Netflix, Palm Springs on Hulu, and Donnie Darko come to mind). The Map of Tiny Perfect Things isn't a horrible way to spend 90 minutes, but I'm sure most people will have much better things to do with their time.

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