This is a feel-good movie. The story is refreshing (to me) in that fiction so often portrays a father/child reunion where the father is a broken down drunk or has been in prison, or a crook who comes "home" to scam his family. There is reality in that. But, this story chose to show what may happen when the circumstances that kept the father from the child were neither the father's nor the child's fault. It's also refreshing that the daughter isn't a jaded executive or wannabe chef, or so many of the cliche plot themes I've seen and read in the Romance genre. The dance studio makes some sense. I can't dance, so, for me, the dance-lesson scenes are rather charming and fun. The acting may not be Oscar winning, here, but it's pretty good, and "Bo Duke" is believably older-guy-hunky and kind as the father.
If you are going to be triggered by a story of a father, who was unaware of the existence of his daughter, being reunited with her in a positive way, do not watch this film. Another reviewer was upset because so many absentee dads are just plain irresponsible and unfeeling. In reality, sometimes it is the mother who has made the decision to keep the father out of the child's life, and not always for unselfish reasons. It is reality that it is not always the father's fault.
To the reviewer who was driven crazy wondering what was hidden under the squeaky floor, I didn't find that at all mysterious or foreshadowing. The squeaking floor boards tied into boards that needed replacing on Cyd's porch, which tied in with Tanner's being a carpenter. It also hinted at the building's age and the loving care required to keep it going.
I found this to be a very attractive film visually, but possibly to the point of overkill. We get that it's a charming small town, and that is a key element, but you can only take just so much small-town tidiness and cheerfulness. I'd love to live in a town like that, but most people never get to do so. However, being able to dream of such a reality IS part of what makes the film attractive and comfortable. If I may be forgiven for using a music-genre metaphor - if you only like Heavy Metal, maybe this kind of Romantic Pop is not for you.
If you're going to have a go at this film, I recommend that you get comfy under an afghan, in a recliner, with your favorite beverage (not beer - this is not a beer movie), 2 dozen cookies, and a small box of Kleenex tissues. Go for it.