The premise is a slightly different take on bringing together old flames. An Irish-Cuban fusion seemed a bit strange, but worked for me even so. Why not if it brings something to a neighborhood that no one else provides? The romance story was about what you'd expect, but the teenage girls added a nice touch (even if at least one of them was played by a 19 year old who seemed more like she was in her 20's). Despite my having several friends who've had quinceañeras, I've never been to one and it was nice to see what they are about. I loved the symbolism of the girl's transition into a woman. This might have been the highpoint for me and I'm not sure how rewatchable this is. Taylor Cole and William Levy didn't have a lot of chemistry. Levy came off a little too much like he thought he was royalty and somehow Cole didn't seem natural either. Late in the movie their characters' long term familiarity came through, but it never seemed very romantic. Practical and convenient yes, romantic no.