In a nutshell, ‘Mismatched’ is every dramedy cliché ever – on one side, you have the rich kids, brassy gang and on the other, the self-righteous hard workers, and two people from these opposite universes fall in love – but it tugs at your heartstrings for reasons beyond our understanding.
The romcom unfolds during a three-month app and coding course.
It is a depiction of the “first kiss” moment we’ve seen many times in the coming-of-age films of the West.
Mismatched effectively commits the ultimate screenwriting sin: it tells an awful lot, but never really shows. Every moment and feeling is spoon-fed to the point of exhaustion.
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