A warm feature-length directorial debut from Yandy Laurens. Keluarga Cemara is filled with high quality cast on every character and a really good sound editing. Family relation topic is a comfort-zone for Yandy and he did another great job. I thought the film conflict was too simple until a friend appointed that toxic masculinity was the real antagonist here. Now that's something.
Not as complicated as Edwin's usually be, yet it flows really well through natural dialogues and interesting shots of food. Surprisingly, the comedy works and proves such film doesn't need 'Youtubers' to be funny and great casts is the key. Nicholas Saputra and Dian Sastro also shows their true quality. The only thing that disturbed me is Palari's classic mistake which is the audio dubbing. Surely will watch it again to catch more details.