Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf, Tracy Letts, Lucas Hedges
22 February 2018
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!
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.
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:)
And definitely one of the best films of 2017, period. As a matter of fact, the entire film is wonderfully acted, written and directed. (If Laurie Metcalf doesn't at least get a supporting actress nomination there is simply no justice in this world.) The characters are refreshingly real, multi-dimensional, nuanced and fascinating, and the female characters, especially, are blessed with legit real dialogue and not the usual bogus generic tropes. One of the cinematic delights of the year.