First and foremost: Mila’s head looks fantastic. She is so tremendously pretty, and her entire hair and makeup situation is so elegant here. But it’s a little concerning that her dress feels like something the heroine would wear in the third act of a highly satisfying rom-com, when she has to concoct a dress out of her underwear and the tablecloth from the makeup table in her B&B in order to burst into a wedding to make sure that her one true love doesn’t accidentally marry a woman who is just using him because if she doesn’t have a husband by 35, an ancient prophecy will be fulfilled and she will wake up the next morning covered in scales. Shit, now I think I’m rooting for the antagonist in this film. Back to the drawing board. On all fronts.