If you've been to the movies in the last month, you've seen Mika. He's that pretty dude who croons in a cloying falsetto while mugging onscreen as an appetizer before the pre-show ads kick in. The aspiring pop star's already been tipped as one of the UK's hottest acts to watch in 07 by scribes in his home country. I can't imagine why. Though his Cineplex-shown single, Grace Kelly, has the melodic cadence, piano bounce and vocal acrobatics of something Rufus Wainwright would've penned, then cut, most of Life In Cartoon Motion is generic, uneventful dancey pop that can't decide whether to be campy or cute. You get the ham-handed sexual innuendo of twinkly ditty Lollipop alongside the leaden schmaltz ballad Any Other World. While I'm all for a twink who sings in praise of the Big Girl (You Are Beautiful, claims the song), Mika takes himself far too seriously to pull off either the flamboyant camp of the Scissor Sisters or the twinkly bubble-gum of Annie.