On the surface, the latest feature from Brett Haley (All the Bright Places, Hearts Beat Loud), doesn’t sound like your typical Netflix coming-of-age movie. All Together Now, based on the young-adult novel Sorta Like a Rockstar by Matthew Quick, follows Amber Appleton (Auli’i Cravalho), a homeless teenager who lives on the school bus her mom (Justina Machado) drives and works a few part-time jobs after school to help save money for an apartment. Despite these circumstances, she remains extraordinarily optimistic and is always lending a helping hand––that is until she suffers a devastating loss and is forced to confront her challenges head on. Though there is a romantic aspect to the film, All Together Now doesn’t rely on that plot. Instead, it challenges the notion that coming-of-age films need to revolve around love or sex. Moreover, Cravalho and the ensemble cast (Judy Reyes, Rhenzy Feliz, Carol Burnett, and Fred Armisen) are a delight and will leave you feeling gleeful despite the film’s heavier storyline.