That we sat through the entire film is proof of its improvement along the way.
A few minutes after it started, Ray and I were both very puzzled, because it looked like it had been made by a bunch of kids working on a school project.
The script was very poorly written, but the worst part by far was the acting, since none of the actors looked like they had any concept of how to interact with one another or how to emote.
It was really quite painful to watch at first, but after a while we got vested in the two characters' story, so we stayed put. In the end, the resolution was cute and sort of redeemed the movie, which in any case is very short.
At least James Marks, who plays Robert, was very cute.
Neither good nor bad. Up to you.