Everything seems so cliche but flows so naturally and profoundly. Character development, sisters and brothers, moms and dads, friends and lovers.. This movie sucks you into a well forgotten past, full of memories of youth. Story very well told, mission accomplished.
Lady Bird (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie
Lady Bird (2017) 1080p
In 2002, an artistically inclined seventeen-year-old girl comes of age in Sacramento, California.
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The Synopsis for Lady Bird (2017) 1080p
Christine "Lady Bird" MacPherson is a high school senior from the "wrong side of the tracks." She longs for adventure, sophistication, and opportunity, but finds none of that in her Sacramento Catholic high school. LADY BIRD follows the title character's senior year in high school, including her first romance, her participation in the school play, and most importantly, her applying for college.
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Sweet bird of youth...Reviewed bymhmt_korkmazVote: 8/10
This is a nice little comedy drama about a Catholic school girl who comes of age in Sacramento, California and aspires to study the arts in college in New York. We get to see a pretty captivating look at her high school days, from dealing with rebellious friends to uninteresting boyfriends. Also, her sometimes rocky relationship between her and her mom were emphasized in the movie, as well as her love/hate relationship with Sacramento. The girl was a brat though, and some of the things she's done and said were quite jaw-dropping. Too bad she didn't quite reprimanded for that - it would have been quite the satisfactory result.
Being a Sacramentan myself, it's nice seeing the city serving as a backdrop for a motion picture, let alone a Best Picture Nominee. Seeing familiar Sacramento places on the big screen, from the State Capitol to the Tower Bridge, from the Crest Theatre to the Tower Theatre, and from Gunther's Ice-Cream to Sac International Airport was a real treat.
Lady Bird is one of those film's that sucked me in, where i just stopped looking for things that were wrong with the movie, because the truth is there is nothing wrong with it. While it doesn't really offer anything original, everything about the movie is so good that any of the faults of the movie, if there are any, are insignificant compared to all its strength's. While i was apprehensive at the thought of Ronan playing the main character because of how old she is, my doubts were quickly swept away. Not only does Ronan give a phenomenal performance here, but everyone in the movie gives it their all, and it is just a spectacle to watch. The fact that this is the first movie Greta Gerwig directed really shows how talented she is, and i will definitely keep my eye out for her next work.
But i think what i love most about this movie is its visuals and style. It reminds me of the works of Wes Anderson and French cinematography. The natural lighting, and highlight of character over story, yet the use of bright colors and backdrops, and characters that are unique, charming, and quirky in their own way. It all blends together to create a wonderfully beautiful film.
Saoirse Ronan plays the titular "Lady Bird", a girl who yearns to be seen as smart, cultured, and beautiful. And as she grows, and learns, and becomes a woman, she loses things, and gains things as we all do as we grow up. I might normally find such a character annoying in a film, but she is just so well written that i love Ronan's portrayal. It's sweet, its endearing, it's sad, it's cringy, it's everything that makes being a teenager, a teenager. The whiny, self obsessed teenager that hates the world and everybody is just a delight here.
Her relationship with her family is really the central plot of the movie, and normally while i hate the feel good, family themed movies i was joyed when the scenes cut to Lady Bird in her house. Her mother is the typical "i don't understand my ungrateful daughter" character, but it doesn't get to bad. While i think they may over overplayed the part just a little bit, the scenes of Lady Bird and her mom connecting and understanding each others view points and very heartwarming. And her dad is a great character who gets just the right amount of screen time. While Lady Bird's ambitions stretch beyond her families wealth, her dad takes it all in stride as a father that anyone would be lucky to have growing up.
This is a film i will definitely watch again some day. It's a very heartwarming movie that touches you deep down and lifts up your spirits. It makes you smile, and appreciate your own family, and everything you have in life.