For general audiences, the most pertinent question to ask about Paper Heart
is this: can a super-modest, extremely indie romantic comedy starring Charlyne Yi and Michael Cera possibly be too
precious? The answer is that, for some, it certainly could be -- but objectively speaking, preciousness is the name of the game here. Cera's brand of stammering, you-can-borrow-my-hoodie sweetness is long-standing, and Yi's take on the schtick is like a vintage Casiotone turned up to 11. So as long as you know what you're getting into, you can expect to be delighted -- because if Paper Heart
is anything, it's buoyantly delightful.
Despite its exceed...