La La Land

2016

Action / Comedy / Drama / Music / Musical / Romance

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 93%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 83%
IMDb Rating 8.1 10 380962

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Cast

Emma Stone as Mia
Ryan Gosling as Sebastian
J.K. Simmons as Bill
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by annie-slattery23 1 / 10

So So film that was So disappointing

Well done the marketing department for creating a buzz around this film. The first comments I read in the newspapers said this was an uplifting life affirming experience. So how come my husband and I left the cinema feeling thoroughly depressed with the ending. The film was slow, boring and didn't have much to say. The opening sequence looked promising but turned out to be an unconnected piece of entertainment that wasn't repeated in the movie. It was left to Stone and Gosling to stumble along with short bits of dancing and very shaky vocals. Didn't detect any magical reaction from the audience who shuffled out in silence. Don't believe the hype this is a just OK film probably a 5.4 rating would be nearer the truth.

Reviewed by Calum Rhys 10 / 10

Nostalgic, Colourful, Joyous CinemaScope Magic

Do I like musicals? Not really... but damn, 'La La Land' is a nostalgic, colourful, joyful marvel!

Damien Chazelle gained international acclaim and recognition from his masterful drama 'Whiplash', what were the chances that he could pull off similar success two times in the row? Well, if 'La La Land' is anything to go by, then I'd say he did the job. With just three films under his belt as of 2016, Chazelle is slowly becoming the next big thing this movie industry has seen. His passion for classic movies and musicals is evident as he references and pulls influence from films like 'Singin' in the Rain', 'The Umbrellas of Cherborg' and even 'Rebel Without a Cause', the latter of which is one of my favourite films so seeing the nod to it was something I was pleased about.

The chemistry between Gosling and Stone is strong to say the least, after two previous collaborations, their already-strong bond helped them become one of modern-day cinema's finest couples. The music is bouncy and toe-tapping catchy, the cinematography is utterly stunning with gorgeous colours and impressive long takes, and the locations sum up the American dream and the passion the characters hold for Los Angeles. 'La La Land' is by far one of the finest cinema experiences I have had in the past 5-10 years, and although this isn't a film I would typically enjoy (genre-wise), Chazelle has instead crafted one of my favourite films of this decade. A film I would recommend everyone see in the cinema to truly witness the CinemaScope magic.

Reviewed by rcheraaghi 10 / 10

Best romantic musical ever!

Everything is perfect in this movie. The first time I watched it, I was really touched and I just felt that the director was drawing the scenes like painting. The music talks to you. The cinematography is absolutely fantastic. The movie's perfect for those who believe in love and those kin of romantic stuff. Briefly, it's going to be really hard to get something negative from this movie. I'm still wondering why it wasn't selected the best motion picture in 89th annual academy awards.

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