SO!… I would just like to preface that I am usually slow to posting criticizing content about films because of my belief in the sacredness of the process of creativity, the importance of constructive criticism over plain criticism, the humbling reality that I am not a filmmaker and do not understand the immense challenge of creating a full-length feature film, and the simple truth that you reap what you sow!

That being said a wise man once told me that you can learn just as much – if not more – from a ‘bad’ film as you can from an ‘excellent’ one.

This video uses the film Holmes and Watson (2018) as an example of what not to do in filmmaking. This is a bit of a rant – but it is insightful which is always welcome with me.