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Judy is a movie starring Renée Zellweger, Jessie Buckley, and Finn Wittrock. Legendary performer Judy Garland arrives in London in the winter of 1968 to perform a series of sold-out concerts.

Other Titles
Džudi, Judy - Me'ever La'Keshet, Judy Garland: La leyenda detrás del arco iris, ジュディ 虹の彼方に, Τζούντι, Judy: Muito Além do Arco-Íris, 茱蒂
Running Time
1 hours 58 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Romance, Biography, Drama
Rupert Goold
Tom Edge, Peter Quilter
Finn Wittrock, Rufus Sewell, Jessie Buckley, Renée Zellweger
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In 1968, with her otherwise brilliant career of soaring highs and plummeting lows taking a gradual descent since her golden era at Louis B. Mayer's (Richard Cordery's) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, the universally loved American actress, singer and dancer, Judy Garland (Renée Zellweger), finds herself with her back to the wall. As a result - nearly three decades after her iconic role as "Dorothy" in The Wizard of Oz (1939) - the exhausted and struggling single mum, Judy Garland, tentatively accepts the invitation of the London impresario, Bernard Delfont (Sir Michael Gambon), to perform a five-week-long series of concerts at the Talk of the Town nightclub. However, there, amidst adoring followers and cynical critics, dangerous long-standing habits push the beloved performer to her breaking point, threatening her chance for success. Will Judy be able to overcome the demons of the past? Is there a magical land somewhere over the rainbow?

Comments about romance «Judy» (5)

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In "Closer," I was taken back to my own personal history, which was the first step on the road to divorce. I was 27 when my husband left me for another woman. It was an abrupt and abrupt separation that put me in the kind of an emotional hole that only a therapist could alleviate. So when I first saw the movie "How It Ends," I was thrilled. I thought, "Wow, that's actually happening." I had never heard of "How It Ends," but I thought it would be an interesting choice. I went to the theater and saw the film in its original presentation. There were many questions I wanted answered. What would happen? What would I do? I was disappointed with how the film ended, and as it turned out, I was. In "Closer," I was stunned. I was heartbroken and angry at the same time. I was devastated because I had no idea what to do with my life, and my husband was in no position to change things. So after viewing the film, I left the theater feeling like I could have been my own therapist. I can't say this for a lot of movies, but "Closer" had me feeling a lot like my therapist. So, "Closer" is one of the best movies I've ever seen, and I can't recommend it highly enough. I would recommend this film to anyone who is having a problem at work or wants to see how the real world works.

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I'm not a great fan of Fanny Ardant. In fact I was turned off by her first role in Hereward, I just thought she looked ugly (in other words, a prime candidate for beauty queen). But this movie is an improvement in my opinion. Ardant's performance is really good, and really deserves an Oscar nomination, if not for a specific scene, but for her whole performance. Ardant is really charismatic and well-crafted. The fact that she is mostly right in the film, makes her character much more believable and interesting. The movie is a little slow, but if you like to watch a movie with a nice background of important historical events, you'll enjoy it. I would recommend it for a girl who likes historical romance movies or if you like Catherine Deneuve, because this is one of the greatest actresses in movie history.

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This film is a terrific companion to "High Fidelity", which I also really enjoyed. I'd say that this is a better film. Unlike "High Fidelity" it's not really about relationships, it's more about a guy's life in which he (or she) starts off with a dubious idea of what's best for themselves and then decides to be a better person. It's something that we all go through, we all go through the struggles. It's a very positive film, and I think it could've had a better ending than it did. Still, it's a great movie, I can't think of a better way to start off 2013.

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This is a very well made movie.It's the story of an intelligent young man named Harry Clark (Christian Bale).His life is changed forever when he meets and falls in love with a beautiful young woman named Judy, played by Laura Linney. They get married and have a daughter, but their life is changed forever when Harry decides to marry Judy and has a beautiful little girl named Georgia with him. Harry finds out that he's had an affair with his wife's sister.Harry and Georgia go to a lot of trouble to be together.Harry goes through a lot of hardship in order to get Georgia. Harry feels guilty and tries to make up for the mistake.I can't say that I enjoyed this movie as much as the book. This movie is about Harry's love life, but it isn't really about Harry and Georgia. The movie's main focus is on Harry and Judy, but I felt that the movie was not very realistic.There are some wonderful performances in this movie.I would say that this is a great movie to see if you liked the book, but don't expect a lot from this movie.

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Charles G.

It's no wonder that many are still struggling with what they saw in the Oscar-winning film, "This Is 40". The story is very interesting, but the script and acting are not always up to the mark. When it comes to the performances, most of the cast are brilliant. The film is not very serious, yet many times you can sense how it is made, from the cinematography to the editing. It shows that, in a very short time, so many movies have been made that are very difficult to remember, but they have made it seem easy. "This is 40" shows how a film that can be so successful in one year could end up with a major movie flop. Although the film is interesting, it could have been better. There are many different points in the film that could have been better than what they were. I have no problem with the fact that the film was made in the 80's, because there are very few films like this that are still being made. In the end, it is a very good film that people need to watch.