Aug 26, 2016 · The Hollars: Directed by John Krasinski. With Margo Martindale, Sharlto Copley, Richard Jenkins, John Krasinski. A man returns to his small hometown after learning that his mother has fallen ill and is about to undergo surgery.
- John Krasinski
- Sharlto Copley, Charlie Day, Richard Jenkins
The Hollars is a 2016 American comedy-drama film directed by John Krasinski and written by James C. Strouse.The film stars an ensemble cast led by Krasinski, starring Sharlto Copley, Charlie Day, Richard Jenkins, Anna Kendrick and Margo Martindale.
The Hollars (1,988) 6.6 1 h 28 min 2016 PG ... this movie does not rely on profanity, nudity, sexual innuendo or violence to make a story. Instead, it relies on ...
- Comedy, Romance
"The Hollars" doesn't aspire to be anything it's not, and although this makes it predictable, Krasinski does a good job giving the movie its own persona and charisma to make it worth checking out.
- comedy, drama
About this Movie. The Hollars. A man (John Krasinski) returns home to his dysfunctional family after learning that his mother (Margo Martindale) has a brain tumor. Starring: John Krasinski Margo Martindale Sharlto Copley Richard Jenkins Anna Kendrick. Director: John Krasinski. PG-13 Comedy Drama Movie • 2016. 5.1. hd.
The movie and the characters are so real and quirky. It is not overtly funny, but it is funny because of the reality of the life experiences and reactions of people. I believe John Krasinski has caught and exemplified the foundational movie-making principle of creating from a base of love and he does this here and he does it well.
Summaries. A man returns to his small hometown after learning that his mother has fallen ill and is about to undergo surgery. Aspiring NYC artist John Hollar returns to his middle America hometown on the eve of his mother's brain surgery. Joined by his girlfriend, eight months pregnant with their first child, John is forced to navigate the ...
Aug 26, 2016 · "The Hollars" is just good enough to make you wish that it were better. John Krasinski, longtime costar of "The Office," directed this modestly budgeted family drama; the writer is James C. Strouse ("Lonesome Jim," "The Winning Season"), who specializes in small-scaled, domestically focused stories of a sort that exhibitors don't seem too interested in showing anymore.