What If Reviews and Ratings
What If isn’t particularly memorable; this isn’t a film that’ll stay with you long after you’ve left the cinema. But it’s a pleasing enough watch with plenty charming moments. You’ll even forgive the predictable plotting because the actors steal your heart. Give it a chance, you won’t regret it.
Delightful but somewhat un-memorable, the energy of the film lies in the push-pull conflict between the two protagonists handled deftly by Radcliffe and Kazan – the whole question of love that cannot be…and hoping against all odds that it can.
A film for all those who are simply in love with the idea of love. Whether you’re a romantic or a cynic, this will leave you with a smile.