Did you see the trailer for Hampstead? You know how, sometimes, the trailer is nothing like the film you watch?
Hampstead isn't one of those films.
Hampstead is EXACTLY what you see in the trailer.
But, on this occasion, that's no bad thing. No bad thing at all.
Set in the leafy, heathy part of London named in the title, Hampstead tells the story of a woman facing financial ruin and a man who likes living in his hut that others would like to kick him out of.
Two people from different world with issues the other can barely grasp? Well, that can only end one way...
And that really is it - it's basically Notting Hill for OAPs.
And that, frankly, is a brilliant thing.
It's not edgy, it's not dark, it's not controversial, there are no superheroes or robots and Michael Bay is in no way involved.
And all of these are pluses.
With Diane Keaton and Brendon Gleeson we have a screen pair with totally believable chemistry, a pair who play off each other with ease.
And they are what make the film.
Yes, there is the backstory of a real-life event underpinning the whole thing, but the story is taken in a totally different direction so it's hardly worth mentioning outside of the marketing department.
There's also a subtext about what makes a home and a subtle commentary on the methods of big business, but it's not rammed down your throat.
Instead, you get beautiful shots of London, some fine acting, and a simple story told well.
Lots of laughs.
Which in an era when comedies seem to have forgotten that they have to be funny, is one hell of a bonus and a welcome surprise.
Granted, this has got Richard Curtis' DNA all over it (even though he wasn't involved) - but again, this is no bad thing.
American star? Tick. Top British actor? Tick. Supporting cast of Brits that will keep you going 'ooh, that's...' all through the film? Tick. Lingering shots of London parks? Tick.
It's not breaking any moulds here, but again - this is a good thing.
Sometimes it's nice to just sit back and relax. Be entertained. Be wrapped in a cosy blanket that reminds you of home.
And that's Hampstead.
In case you've missed the memo, the world is pretty shitty right now. There's a lot to be scared of and worried about.
So to find somewhere nice to hang out for 90 minutes, to be able to chill with characters you can recognise instantly, to find a film that's like a warm cup of hot chocolate?
Right now, we'll take one of those all day long.