Justin Timberlake’s ‘Palmer’ Met with Positive Reviews as the Movie Begins on a Strong Note


Justin Timberlake is back with his new film ‘Palmer’. Many critics are already appreciating the film. Timberlake looks promising in this film which sets an extraordinary story for the audience to follow.

Justin Timberlake plays an ex-con on the way of recovery in Palmer, another film on Apple TV+. It’s an Apple Tv original film which is nothing like an ordinary film we all see.

What to expect?

Through Stevens’ direction in the film and Tobias A. Schliessler’s beautiful cinematography, the film feels most aesthetic brilliance with Sam and his pink dresses and also his pixie toys battle. ‘Palmer’ shows some beauty of filmmaking through it.

Director Fisher Stevens’ film takes off from this reason, at the same time, maybe in an attack of frenzy, presents a bend so woke that it seems to be decidedly revolutionary.


Played by Justin Timberlake, Palmer isn’t any common spoil hoping to recover financially by filling in as a dad figure to an unwanted kid, he’s a botch hoping to recover financially by filling in as a dad figure to a neglected kid who’s potentially trans.

Notwithstanding its harsh edges, Fisher Stevens’ “Palmer” is a delicate show. It doesn’t dive as deep into Palmer’s feelings or outlook, yet rather keeps them firmly monitored in Timberlake’s blunt presentation.

What is ‘Palmer’ about?

Following 12 years away in prison, Eddie Palmer (Justin Timberlake) is at long last free. Be that as it may, in the same way as others who leave the criminal equity framework, homecoming can be a clashing encounter. There’s the resentment regarding the long stretches of his life lost and incalculable connections that have stressed or disappeared. It’s all about the story of Eddie Palmer who tries to live his old life again.


A scene towards the end is so simply recorded and performed, it nearly feels strange in what is a generally a great experience for any film fanatic

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