I run the screenwriting podcast 'The 21st Rewrite'. Most of my reviews are from the writing/story perspective.
Come on Letterboxd, this is a film now?
I enjoyed it, though I didn't care for the filler material with random fans or James Corden, they could have picked someone who also experienced fame in the same era who could ask better questions.
I grew up on Friends. What people who think people who watch Friends have no taste don't get, is that our taste was defined by Friends. We were children. For a certain group, it's going to be unavoidably nostalgia-packed and emotional to bring these guys back together. That's it.
We read and reviewed the 2017 version of the screenplay which was featured on the Black List that year.
Spoiler-free episode. Set in post-war Germany, ‘Ruin’ led The 21st Rewrite to discuss the nature of hatred and redemption, the power of weaponised technology to cause mass suffering, Kurt Vonnegut’s testimony from that time, how the generations of the future will perceive the Holocaust in the absence of living…