4 November 2015 | rharshan
An original plot with an exceptional cast
You come away with a good feeling after watching this movie. Many of the scenes are thought provoking and easy to relate to.
Anybody in their late thirties or early forties can relate to the nostalgia surrounding the reunion of friends.
The only song (thankfully) has only a guitar and keyboard as accompaniment.
The song is wonderfully composed and melodious.
Bertie Wooster would've summed up: Good Egg. No doubt laid by contented hens.
The women stretched their performances a bit I feel. One does feel that some parts, especially the wives, were a little overacted.
The location where most of the movie was shot at is breathtaking but more justice could've been done to it.
Many of the shots were wasted in the dull interiors of the resort.