Here is a movie you probably haven’t heard much about. ‘Kodachrome‘ stars Jason Sudeikis and Ed Harris as son and father. Sudeikis plays a struggling A&R executive at Spitting Devil Records. He’s on the verge of being fired unless he can snag a band from Sony. And it should not surprise to you learn that Harris plays a dying, miserable old guy.
“In the Mark Raso-directed drama, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, Sudeikis ends up taking a road trip with his long-estranged, terminally ill father, played by Ed Harris, to Kansas to the one remaining photo lab that can develop old rolls of Kodachrome film that Harris’s character, a noted photographer, took decades earlier and desperately wants to see before he dies. Conveniently, the desired band just happens to be on tour in a city along the way to Kansas.”
Elizabeth Olsen plays Harris’ nurse in the film, which is scheduled to premiere on Netflix April 20. It’ll also be released in select theaters. The early reviews for this movie aren’t great, but they aren’t terrible either. It looks to be a completely average film.
Check out the trailer below…