There's something right about this movie. I've tried to reason with myself saying, this movie's too mainstream, but I can't find any fault in it. It's personal, witty, emotional, beautifully and candidly shot. It's nearly perfect. If Verbinski didn't have millions of dollars at his hands, it wouldn't look so polished, but he didn't use that money for cheap fixes. I see a labor of love, a stand-alone masterpiece.