There needs to be more movies that are like this and fewer that are not.
Richard Curtis you manipulative bastard. It's the same film he's made for the last few decades but throwing in some cheeky (and hilariously "wrong") time travel, Domhnall Gleeson doing a two hour Hugh Grant impression, a lot of Nick Cave and ten minutes of Margot Robbie to make me automatically unable to hate it. A super easy watch if you just let it entertain you and don't think about the plot holes.
A brilliant satire of the appalling influencer generation. It's rare that a protagonist can be so flawed/borderline sinister and yet so worthy of support, but Aubrey Plaza - in the role she was born to play even if it is very April Ludgate - manages it comfortably. Really, really good.