George Clark’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is this years Palm Springs...a fun, endlessly enjoyable time loop story that’s an utter joy to watch. The story within, a teenager contentedly living the same day in an endless loop who meets a girl who’s also stuck in the time warp, is surprisingly deep. The outlook on love and loss surrounded by the occasional zingers, big gestures and touching moments offer a story that, despite being predictable and unimaginative, has a lot of heart. The casting of Kyle Allen and Kathryn Newton goes a long way here as they manage to overcome countless predictable elements and give two rather charming performances that ultimately improved the film drastically. The Map of Tiny Perfect Things certainly isn’t flawless, but it’s a perfectly pleasant teen romance, with appealing performances and a heartfelt message that’ll leave you satisfied once it concludes.
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