Charlyne doesn't believe in love, but she wants to see what others think of it. She sets out with her friend on a journey all around and interviews a variety of people; including old, young (little kids on a playground, which is where the Chris Brown references come in), gay, straight, etc. Then she is introduced to Michael Cera. Ever his funny and somewhat awkward self, he and Charlyne form a relationship that is also somewhat awkward. I enjoyed this... I would say more documentary than movie. I don't know if it was enough that I would wanna go out and buy it, but still eye-opening and inspirational.