Lady Bird (2018)

M18 / English / Comedy / 94 min

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(33 Reviews)

Director: Greta Gerwig
Cast: Saoirse Ronan Laurie Metcalf Tracy Letts Lucas Hedges
Release Date:  22 February, 2018


Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson (Saoirse Ronan) fights against but is exactly like her wildly loving, deeply opinionated and strong-willed mom (Laurie Metcalf), a nurse working tirelessly to keep her family afloat after Lady Bird's father loses his job. A directorial debut by bold new cinematic voice Greta Gerwig, this coming-of-age drama is an affecting look at the relationships that shape us, the beliefs that define us and the unmatched beauty of a place called home.The film premiered at the Telluride Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival.

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Adrian Ho
24 February 2018
A Perfectly Relatable Film
This film is downright wonderful. ‘Lady Bird’ is a very relatable character. This coming of age story set in 2002 is so genuine and honest in its portrayal of the life of high school students that it manages to build a connection with the audience instantly. Both Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf give a spectacular performance as Lady Bird and Mom respectively. This film unequivocally shows us how important our growing years are and how the relationships around us shape us and how our believes make us the people we are. I could not recommend people enough to watch this film!

Shizhou Bey
24 February 2018
Truthful and heart warming
This film depict a true female nature life, from her love relationship, friendship, and the eagerness of getting into a college faraway from her hometown.

24 February 2018
good show
this deserves more attention, its a really underrated film which is so nice! reccomend to watch :)

Thomas Beh
22 February 2018
Fave stars
Really honestly very good and touching and heartwarming. Tonally consistent and no major errors

James CCG
4 March 2018
Not bad movie..
Unexpectedly nice movie.

Oceaina Aung
3 March 2018
Ending is disappointing but the whole storyline is relatable and wonderful
Relatable to our teenage years where we do tons of mistakes, dare to experience new things, wanting more than what we’re given and things we looked forward to so much before doesn’t really matter anymore. I recommend this to those who feel a little bit stuck at where they are right now.

Pearl Hlaing
27 February 2018
It was such a relateable film that brought me back to my teenage years and the mother-daughter relationship between the leads were so beautifully portrayed. Such a great movie and the characters were superb in their roles:)

11 March 2018
Well made! As good as “three billboards” !! :)

Shih Ying Gun
11 March 2018
Relatively relatable
A realistic portrayal of a teenage girl's life and her ever-evolving emotions. Lady Bird's relationships with those around her (best friend, mother, boyfriends etc) makes this a relatively relatable movie - some situations are similar to what viewers may have personally encountered before while others that aren't can still count as ones that viewers can try to identify with. A coming-of-age story of growing up and finding oneself is what makes Lady Bird a worthwhile watch.

Wang Nanyi
1 March 2018
A little disappointing
Let's talk about the protagonist first. Christine "Lady Bird" is a snarky, independent-minded, free-spirited, unconventional and rebellious teen. But she is also incredibly reckless, stubborn and rude. It is these less-than-stellar traits that make her a more realistic character, but it also made it difficult for me to relate to her. In some ways, I am completely sympathetic to her longing for a new life and her quest to prove herself, yet I also find myself disagreeing with many of her choices. Some of her decisions were so irresponsible and foolish that there were cringe-inducing. The film tries to bring attention to various contemporary social and political causes such terrorism, LGBTQ rights, poverty etc. but it's all "touch and go" with no further development. Only clichéd quips that feel like tokenism. It felt like representation for representations sake. There were too many loose ends, but I guess Greta Gerwig was going for life-like narrative style, because in real life, there are many things that go unresolved too. All in all, I liked the novel directing style. It felt like you were watching someone else's life story, and you forget that you're watching a movie at all. It is a character driven story, not much of a plotline. The downside is that your enjoyment of this movie is highly dependent on whether you like the protagonist, unfortunately.

Dare to watch
17 February 2018
Beautiful,nice and warm
The dialogue is butter-smooth and manages to sound clever yet not contrived...Lady Bird is relatable, honest, doesn't take itself seriously and features some charming shots of Sacramento.

Stephanie Ho
7 March 2018
Just like any teenager
It is a feel good coming of age movie that reminds you of your growing up and rebellious years with relationship ups and downs, trying the firsts and struggling for freedom from the parents.

20 April 2018
Just Your Average Indie Film
Was exactly what i had expected from a Greta Gerwig film, which isn’t much. Can’t say it was not entertaining or enjoyable, as I did find it funny and warm, as well as relatable. Soirse Ronan was amazing in this role and I truly felt for her (also, Jonah Hill’s sister’s debut was great). The focus on the mother-daughter relationship was also truly touching and real-life. Overall just another nice film though nothing super special.

Courtney Tay
13 April 2018
great gerwig for president
i’ve watched this twice and cried each time i did. saoirse ronan is a force of nature and i would defend her with my life

Redigu Liew
9 April 2018
Nice movie
This is a nice movie

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