Something From Tiffany's

Published December 22, 2022

Something From Tiffany's

Film info

  • Title Something From Tiffany's
  • Director Daryl Wein
  • Year 2022
  • Run time 1hr 27m
  • Genres Romance, Comedy
  • Tagline Destiny is no accident

Life - like love - is full of surprises and unexpected gifts. In the holiday romance Something From Tiffany's, one woman's life is forever changed by an engagement ring meant for someone else.

Live blog

Time Comment
3:28 I like that she talks to her food, asking what it needs to be better. I’ll have to try that.
5:32 “If I help you find your phone, will you buy me one as a thank you.”
8:23 How do they know which hospital he’s in?
10:30 Bakery is SUCH a Christmas thing.
13:21 Do they sell yo-yo’s there??
20:16 She’s half-eaten the food she was giving to the shelter.
29:04 “If I’m too genuine my heart will explode and I’ll die, so…”
36:26 It’s such an awkward conversation.
43:50 He really didn’t do much though, right? Just knelt by him for a second.
45:06 Gary is a BAD guy.
51:26 “Don’t worry kid, I don’t know social cues yet either.”
58:51 I mean, she’s right that you can’t just throw people away, but he’s BAD people.
1:03:46 We’re an hour into a New York movie and we haven’t seen Central Park yet.
1:08:55 Silent celebrations are adorable.
1:11:47 Lady just carries pastries in her purse, just in case.
1:14:39 Love that Daisy is rocking Fistipuffs hair.
1:17:12 “Don’t ask questions you don’t want the answer to.”
1:20:02 Haha, why would the kid get the Say Anything reference? It’s not available to stream anywhere.


Yay, a new and decent Christmas rom-com. This one took a minute to get going, at first I wasn’t sure either of the characters were going to be engaging (she was getting excited about Eureka lemons, etc) but it didn’t take long for the action to get going and their real personalities to shine through. I thought the lead two had brilliant chemistry, to the point that it felt so confusing what they saw in their other partners. But a great journey to get them together, even if his phone forgetfulness was just a little bit contrived to help up the stakes. Otherwise, perfect, and with a Say Anything reference at the end, too.

Rating: 5 / 5

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