Fan of films and video games.
I'm not a professional critic, I just like putting down a few words about films I've seen :)
The hardest part of comprehending the Holocaust for me will probably always be its immense scale, and the sheer horror and misery of what took place over a relatively short period of time. Listening to survivors talk about their experiences and what they endured is akin to listening to the most horrific, nightmarish story that someone could come up with.
Shoah's importance as a historical source and simply as a documentary cannot be overstated. Not only is it brilliantly made,…
Although it stumbles a little in its delivery, The Devil All The Time is still an effective thriller that manages to maintain a consistent feeling of threat and discomfort. It also helped that it was backed up by some great performances, especially from Tom Holland.
The film could've been better, but it also could've been much worse. Its worth noting I haven't read the book so I can't comment on how well it's been adapted.