After getting into many stands with men younger that her, the professional cloths designer Senna Berges meets Adam, a man who may change her entire life and makes her forget all her last relationships by living together a special romantic tale.
Critics Of "All I Wish (A Little Something for Your Birthday)"
March 30, 2018
It's left to Stone to prop up the whole scented-tissue affair, and that she cheerfully does, with a calm, centered force of personality that lends credibility even to the most raggedly developed aspects of her character.
By the time you watch them have their big first kiss, then break up, then get back together again, it plays less like a real movie and instead one of those memory slideshows your iPhone photo album generates for you.
All I Wish feels like the kind of thing designed to flatter its intended audience, i.e., it's okay to spend most of your life without a man, middle-aged ladies! On second thought, that isn't the world's worst message. I just wish this was a better film.
[Stone's] performance anchors the light-as-air "All I Wish." It's the perfect role for her to sink her teeth into, sexy and fun, but she brings a sense of real intelligence and soulfulness to the character.