The Valentine's Day LGBTQ-themed roadtrip movie -- airing on Saturday, the day after Valentine's Day -- stars Jake Borelli and Niko Terho in what is typical romcom fare, for better and worse, says Charlie Mason. "The movie goes on to trot out a whole lotta the genre’s clichés (right down to the tried-and-true 'You’ve got an eyelash on your cheek' bit). And it further normalizes the lookism that gave Love, Simon its unpleasant aftertaste," he says. "But to quibble with Harry, when it sticks at least the first of its two landings and left even this hardhearted bastard misty-eyed, feels like the equivalent of saying that if love isn’t perfect, it isn’t worth it. It is worth it. And in an age when the broadcast of a gay couple’s kiss can still somehow be 'deemed controversial,' a movie like this isn’t just cute, fun and swoon-inducing, it’s important." ALSO: Jake Borelli says much of the movie was shot around Chicago, but the roadtrip scenes were filmed on a soundstage surrounded by television screens.