Family Affair turned out to be a pleasant surprise for me. 

The characters were all likable; they made me care about each one, even the supporting cast. 
It’s mostly cute, and while there weren’t many laugh-out-loud scenes—surprising given the premise—I actually prefer it this way.

What really stood out to me was the focus on character development for every character. This made the movie feel more well-rounded and authentic compared to other romantic comedies I’ve seen recently. 

While it may not be the greatest film in its genre, I definitely had a good time watching it.