Lady Bird – Movie Review

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Chris Stuckmann reviews Lady Bird, starring Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf, Tracy Letts, Lucas Hedges, Timothée Chalamet,, Beanie Feldstein, Lois Smith, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Odeya Rush, Jordan Rodrigues. Directed by Greta Gerwig.


Max says:

I love your analysis on this one, Chris.  I went to Catholic school and I totally agree on the realism of how this movie portrays Catholic school and life for the characters.  Great coming of age story.

Yeah man J P says:

Generic fucking bullshit

Marc Lapinff says:

Was so good I saw it 5 times

HollyWood Tre says:

So basically u want it to be a TV show

Juan Garnica says:

So boring movie. If that was the intention of the story… Great job.

Hayley Monroe says:

it wasnt unique to me cuz this was literally a movie of my life lol parent issues, identity issues, wanting to get out of the town and mostly catholic school

Logan Horton says:

A24 is churning out great movie after great movie.

Richard Duffy says:

I saw this movie yesterday and loved it! I agree with Chris about wanting to get to know these characters on a personal level. The only part I didn't care for and seemed out of place was the scene with the football coach giving the students blocking for the play. That scene was funny, but the comedy style of it didn't match the style of comedy in the rest of the movie. Just my opinion. Otherwise, this was a very nice quirky, slice of life type movie.

VanaFanta says:

Omg your shirt!!!!! ?????

Khaled Shariff says:

I saw "Ladybird" tonight. I went to Catholic school and recently my best friend's parents died and we are attending a memorial for a teacher from said school soon. So you know I stumbled into the theatre not really knowing what the film was about, and was happy to see such a somewhat relatable and genuine-feeling portrait of a lot of things about growing up and of humanity and insecurity. You always wish for more daughters like Christine in the film who, despite the awkwardness, ultimately realize the sacrifice of parents, and I was very happy she connected with her mother. The name "Ladybird," I am certain has a lot to do with director Greta's keen and loving eye: that moment when that perfect beetle flies off your fingertip is the essence of this film as our protagonist finds her wings too. Well done Ms. Gerwig.

Tom Jasendro says:

Chris can you review the movie "I, TONYA"? It has a lot of similar themes to this movie.

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