I spent the first 10 mins of this film praying it wasn't a lame version of Enola Holmes, and I am pleased to report my prayers were answered. Despite a large amount of cringe worthy dialogue, Bella Ramsey played the insolent Birdy commendably. It was refreshing to watch her character grow from this stubborn, petulant teen to an independent, caring young woman - and during 13th century England with all that entails.The humour was childish but fun, and a few cheeky cameos kept the intrigue alive. I have no clue what Carter Burwell was thinking with the musical score, adding pop songs to a medieval film detracted from the viewing experience. But the gripes were short-lived, as viewers should appreciate the wisecracks, rebelliousness and charm weaved into this narrative. This film was great as a one off watch, and definitely one you'll enjoy binging.Jayne.