A delightfully earnest film about a 22-year-old at the crossroads of adulthood and career.
Each minor character is laced with complex backstory’s that tangle up it’s main character Andrew’s understanding of the world, but are each warmly embraced by its director, writer and lead actor Cooper Raiff, with genuine compassion for their needs and concerns.
Not an ounce of irony in this sentimental and witty film that is well worth a watch for its feel-good quality.
This film was filled with a brilliant cast that performed sensationally, with Jack Nicholson as the lead role delivering sheer perfection to each and every scene creating the atmosphere for the viewer. A phenomenal performance by Nicholson, supported by a terrific ensemble of actors. Milos Foreman created a genuine masterpiece. The correlation and relationship with the characters along with the breathtaking ambiance makes you feel you are experiencing the dealings and events that transpire amongst the institute, your compassion for…