Fresh and Exciting
The biggest problem with this movie is it’s a little better than you think it might be, which somehow makes it worse. As in, it takes itself a bit too seriously, which makes most of the movie feel kind of dull.
This movie feels like it was made purely to piss off people who want good shows
The film never slows down or bores, plunging from one harrowing sequence to the next.
I just finished watching Lady Bird. I saw the trailer and started watching it straight afterwards. This movie is unique, it has some unusual vibe to it.
The actors are amazing and the characters are interesting.
But, this movie lacks something. I was trying to figure out what and I don't quite know what it is. maybe the plotline, maybe the pace.
I do recommend it, but if you are expecting a HAHA comedy, don't watch it. it is more drama then comedy.
Gre da Vid
Well done, well acted, good script, an enjoyment of entertainment.
Greta Gerwig's profound understanding of human subtleties and relationships results in a masterfully crafted script filled with people and experiences that we feel we know intimately, but none of which that feel cliché. Her direction with tone and pacing creates a unique constant teetering between snarky and sincere, laughs and tears, which amounts to a truly satisfying cinematic experience that hits all the right notes.Lady Bird is about a girl growing up, but it is just as much about a mom letting go, and that dual perspective tug-of-war tension is what hoists it above traditional coming-of-age genre stories. It takes place in a specific time, but there is a timeless quality to the dialogue that relies on situational and observational humor above cheap pop culture references or one-liners that you definitely see in other millennial comedies. All signs point to this movie aging as well as any from 2017, and very well could be remembered as one of this generation's defining classics in 50+ years.
This film is an amazing movie. It explores the troubles of growing up and all the challenges along the way. The acting, directing, and writing were spectacular. Saoirse Ronan should've won the Oscar. The this amazing coming-of-age film. It's funny, sad, and heartbreaking.