What If Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.80/10 from 81000 votes
Tags: toronto, medical school, cheating
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Amigos de más

Title in Italiano:

What If

Title in Português:

O Amor é Estupido

Title in Français:

Et (beaucoup) plus si affinités

Title in Türk:

Ya Aşksa


What If is a romantic comedy film that follows the story of Wallace, a medical school dropout who is still reeling from a bad breakup. One day, he meets Chantry at a party and they hit it off immediately. The only problem is that Chantry has a long-term boyfriend. Despite this, they decide to remain friends and their bond grows stronger with each passing day.

As Wallace and Chantry spend more time together, they start to develop feelings for each other. They are faced with the question of what if they could be more than just friends. Will they take a chance on love or will they let their fear of ruining their friendship hold them back?

The film explores the complexities of relationships and the choices we make when it comes to matters of the heart. With a mix of humor and heartfelt moments, What If is a charming and relatable story about love, friendship, and taking risks.

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What If
(Walking Through the) Sleeping City
Mick Jagger: Writer
Brian Wilson Is A.L.I.V.E.
Rich Aucoin: Performer
Rich Aucoin: Writer
Benjamin Gebert: Writer
Haerts: Performer
Big Bird in a Small Cage
Patrick Watson: Writer
Patrick Watson: Performer
Once Upon a Time/Storybook Love
Mark Knopfler: Writer
Mark Knopfler: Performer
Oh Saskatchewan
Matt Masters: Performer
Matt Masters: Writer
Into Giants
Patrick Watson: Writer
Patrick Watson: Performer
Big Noise from Winnetka
Patrick Watson: Writer
Patrick Watson: Performer
H.OS.H. Woohoo (ft OST & KJEX)
Pete Tong: Performer
Beethoven: Piano Sonata, Opus 79 No. 25 (Cuckoo)
Ludwig van Beethoven: By classical arr. keith j. salmon (as keith salmon) composed
Adam Waito: Writer
Wedding March Pipe Organ
Patrick Watson: Writer
Patrick Watson: Performer
Glen to Glen
David Gossage: Performer
David Gossage: Arrangement
Pacific Air: Performer
Ryan Lawhon: Writer
Rich Aucoin: Performer
Rich Aucoin: Writer
Let's Get High
H.OS.H. Woohoo (ft OST & KJEX)
Pete Tong: Performer
Let's Get High

User reviews

Laura Roberts

Overall, the soundtrack of What If is a delightful mix of melodies that complements the heartfelt moments and adds an extra layer of emotion to the film. It truly elevates the viewing experience and makes the story even more engaging.

James Young

The soundtrack of What If perfectly captures the emotional rollercoaster of love and friendship in the film. Each song enhances the romantic atmosphere and adds depth to the characters' feelings.

Carol Wright

The songs chosen for the soundtrack did not resonate with the romantic and comedic tones of the movie, resulting in a disconnect between the music and the on-screen emotions. The lackluster music choices detracted from the overall viewing experience and failed to create a lasting impact on the audience.

Thomas Smith

The soundtrack of What If perfectly captures the emotional rollercoaster of love and friendship that the characters experience throughout the film. The music enhances the romantic and comedic moments, adding depth and sincerity to each scene. It creates a poignant atmosphere that resonates with the audience and amplifies the emotions portrayed on screen.

Betty Perez

The soundtrack of What If failed to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the characters' relationships. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the ability to enhance pivotal moments in the film.

Kenneth Johnson

While the soundtrack of What If effectively sets the tone for the film, some tracks felt a bit generic and predictable. The music, at times, seemed to follow conventional romantic comedy tropes, lacking originality and innovation. Despite this, there were still standout moments where the soundtrack elevated the storytelling, showcasing the potential for a more memorable and impactful musical accompaniment.

Dorothy Robinson

The music selection in What If is diverse and well-curated, creating a captivating ambiance that draws the audience into the story. The songs are not just background noise; they enhance the narrative and help convey the characters' emotions effectively.