I'm gonna be really honest and say I don't like it. I'm not sure what your film is about, but having all the font be that free and whimsical. It might be nice to explore more options. I know you didn't do it, but it might be something you can consider asking her if she's free. It's not bad, necessarily, maybe it's a personal taste issue. but having been surrounded by graphic and industrial designers all day recently, I'm beginning to have a better idea for what works and what doesn't. Up to you dude!
Thanks for the awesome insight. The thing is, I feel that the title is the only thing that is right here. There are various specifics involved but looking at just the graphical nature of the text I feel the designer hit mark as she created something that really paired well with my film. Its important to note that graphic design is very subjective and perhaps watching my film would clarify some of the design choices made here. But on a purely visual sense I feel its just up to "personal taste".