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Current Rating: 3.66

Current Rating: 3.66

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  • 2 stars Please don't make any more like sucked until John Legend appeared, then some good music, the it sucked all over again. Fred and Ginger are rolling over in their graves - LAUGHING ! Not a dominant voice in the whole show, and very few that tried couldn't carry a tune in a bucket. Richard Gere can't sing but he was SOOOOOOO much better than this loser.
  • 1 stars The actress has bug eyes. Couldnt get over that! Yuck. Horrible singing, if you call that drival singing. Don't waste your money.
  • 1 stars Blah blah land. Neither can sing or dance. More of Hollywood patting each other on the back. Blaaah
  • 5 stars Feel good again by treating yourself to another screening of this year's Best Picture! 5/5
  • The first musical since Slumdog Millionaire to take home an Oscar for Best Picture!
  • 5 stars Perfect in every way! No one should be surprised this won Best Picture.
  • 5 stars Wonderful music and dancing makes this Best Picture winner a real toe-tapper!
  • 5 stars The Hollywood Musical lives! Winner of 7 Academy Awards, including Best Picture!
  • 5 stars This year's Best Picture winner is an absolute delight! You'll be grinning from ear to ear and singing at the top of your lungs!!!
  • 2 stars This movie is a blur. It has about 5 plus theme to it. I found it to be very amateur, fragmented. Yes, I felt I was in la la land all right. I closed my eyes and slept in the long boring monologue and silences. I would not recommend it to anyone or ever want to see it again. It was a waste of time and money. I thought it was poorly cast except for the actual musicians. In fact that was the only memorable element of this movie was the actual jazz musicians. The performance in the Oscars for this movie was better than the set design for the movie and the dancing for that matter. Movies like this make me never want to see another movie in the theater. The trailer was very deceptive. I could have been enjoying the nice weather and fishing instead. I can't believe this movie won any Oscars at all. It is a travesty towards the art of film making. It appeared to me he took themes from several movies. Jazz movies. Dr. Seuss, Wizard of Oz, Dancing in the rain, Chicago, All that jazz, fame, and a collage of animations. The acting was marginal and unconvincing. One could have made 5 different movies out of this movie at least. I said "oh brother" out loud in the theater when they floated up to the sky in the planetarium they apparently had a key to. Also, I always wonder the director who includes a lot of empty streets with a girl walking alone in 5 inch high heels for blocks on end in the middle of the night. What was the point of this? Lots of questions, lots of loose ends, lots of la la, blah blah If you want to see a well done movie see HIDDEN FIGURES. It is interesting, good pace, consistent, logical, good acting, a well done and thought out film, that will stay with you forever and inspire you to overcome any bigotry one may have knowing talent is not dependent on the color of ones skin.

La La Land

Genre:  Comedy, Drama, Musical
Running Time:  128 min.
Release Date: December 25, 2016 (limited) - December 25, 2016 - select cities
Digital: April 11, 2017
DVD/Blu-ray: April 25, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 3.66
based on 358 votes and 151 reviews
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Cast: Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling, J.K. Simmons, Rosemarie DeWitt, John Legend, Jason Fuchs, Finn Wittrock