Daniel Howat’s review published on Letterboxd:
We’ve seen this story plenty of times already, but Kodachrome still managed to move me. Strong performances breath new life into tired material and dig into the emotions of broken relationships.
Ed Harris is truly brilliant, and Jason Sudeikis gives his best performance yet.
I kept waiting for this story to surprise me and it never did. But still at the end I was struck by some really honest emotions. Maybe these themes are so familiar because they’re true. And maybe that honesty is enough.
This was a good movie. Watch it on Netflix.
Oh and also, there’s massive irony that Netflix releases a movie that laments the death of film. These characters would HATE that their movie didn’t play in theaters. Maybe that’s why they buried it.