The Holdovers is easily one of the best comedy/drama’s over the last few years. From emotional to funny, heartwarming to heartbreaking, It brings up many life topics, but the levels of affection to each subject matter are perfect, it never over does its perspective, everything comes over naturally and pure with an incredible script, very likeable characters and perfect pacing. It captures the 70s era nicely. The performances are also FANTASTIC. I believe if you love films such as Dead Poets Society, Good Will Hunting, you’ll fall in love with this one.
Finally it has come around and the hype in my opinion 100% lives up to its expectations. First of all, I just have to applaud director Matt Reeves for giving us something all Batman fans have always dreamed of, a dark, depressing and sinister experience that sent shivers down my spine. The cinematography by Greg Fraiser is absolutely stunning. For a film that is shot in a lot of darkness, late nights and rain, the film has a gorgeous orange…
This film gives us a continuously heartbreaking and gloomy picture of the truth behind the royals rules and the grief, bullying, harm and mental state Princess Diana experienced. Its very accurate, and it’s an important film to watch and as layer by layer reveals, my heart just breaks piece by piece.
I was really taken back by the absolutely stunning cinematography. The landscapes, beautiful mansion and focus on Princess Diana, was immensely and masterfully captured. Every shot has such precision,…