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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
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Romance, Biography, Drama
Director
Rupert Goold
Writer
Tom Edge, Peter Quilter
Actors
Finn Wittrock, Rufus Sewell, Jessie Buckley, Renée Zellweger
Country
USA, UK
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
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» (21)

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Beverly Perry

I had the privilege to attend the world premiere of this film at the 2017 New York Film Festival. While there I got to meet director Susanne Bier, producer Brian Taylor, and director Rachel Laudan. It's a pretty cool movie that explores the life of mother and daughter. It's been 15 years since Carrie Fisher's untimely death, and what you see here is a very modern take on the tragic loss. While the focus is largely on Carrie, this is no your typical teen movie. It explores the lives of her daughter Debbie (Laudan) and daughter Nancy (Drew Barrymore) and how their lives intersect. There's an internal struggle between the two, but it's also a battle between Debbie's desire to be a good mom and Nancy's need to succeed at everything in her life. The film also explores a little bit of the love life of the two girls. There are many moments of quiet, beautiful moments between these two, especially the moments when they take a trip to Disneyland together. There are moments of humor in the film as well, as Debbie and Nancy work through their relationships, but there's also a lot of heartbreak and hurt here. The film doesn't get overly sentimental and feels more like a real life film. It's very strong on character development and emotional connection, even if it's a bit slow to get going. While the film is sometimes slow at times, it never gets too dry or boring. Even if you aren't a Carrie Fisher fan or a fan of contemporary films in general, this film is worth watching. The fact that it's about Carrie Fisher and not a typical teen movie is a huge plus. It feels like an incredibly realistic movie. It goes against the more recent trends of "feel good movies" that focus on the ups and downs of high school and lack any kind of real human interaction, while they focus on the ups and downs of a summer vacation. This movie doesn't try to put anything in your face, it doesn't have any jokes, and it doesn't really have any "heart" moments. It's not an uplifting film, but it's also not a depressing one. It's an incredible accomplishment for a film to actually feel that way. It's amazing that it could be this realistic. Another great thing is that there is no cheesy plot line. There is no one-liners that feel out of place and nothing is forced. It's a really good balance of everything, and I don't think any one thing is overdone. There are too many good qualities in this film to not love it. It's a very powerful, powerful, and sad film, but it's also very good

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Donald

A great movie from Sarah Polley. She is a really talented actress and in this movie she doesn't disappoint. She portrays a really strong character that I think is very real. This film is one of the best that I have seen in a long time. It's very hard to put your finger on what makes this film so good, but the story. It's like I was watching a documentary on the true stories behind these photos. It's very true to the reality of what happens when people are forced to have something that is hard to deal with. It's quite hard to watch as you realize how such a bad thing can happen to a person. This film also has a great cast and some good actors as well. There are a lot of sub-plots in this film that are interesting and make it worth watching. But it is the story that is so good. This is a great film for people who like an intellectual film that has an interesting story and intelligent actors.

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Louis

I watched this movie with my sister and boyfriend. I loved it, I thought it was great! This movie really made me think of my life. It also made me think of my life today. I really feel like I got my life out there. I think that it was good. I don't think it was bad. It was really good!

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Mark C.

When I first saw this movie, I thought it was another run of the mill coming of age movie with out any real special moments or meaning. After seeing the film I've changed my mind. It is definitely a work of art and is unique in the movie industry. I think it is an excellent film that will appeal to many people. I liked it because it showed a view of America and it was never seen before. I think the film has a message of tolerance and acceptance. It is about growing up and what to do when it comes to you and your group of friends. As an older person that was touched by this movie, I could not have done anything differently. I hope this film was able to reach many people because I think it is a great one. Thanks, Lin

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Jennifer Moore

Like others, I'm not a big fan of Ryan Gosling. That said, I really like his work here. This movie really shows his versatility as an actor and his ability to make you feel for characters. The best example of this is when he's spending time with his best friend. (Let me get that out of the way before I describe the rest of the movie. ) Gosling's character, although a sex addict, is so warm and caring that you can't help but like him. The scene in the woods where he tells his friend he can't come home because his wife is out of town is powerful. This movie is about as real and honest as it gets. Just don't expect a Hollywood version of the American dream. Most of the movie is shot through the eyes of the people and the events are not exaggerated or anything like that. I really like this movie and would recommend it to anyone who likes an emotional story, and who can overlook a lot of low budget movies. It's a really well made film with an intriguing ending that I will definitely have to watch again.

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Martha Willis

Beautiful, very intelligent and subtle film. I was totally captivated the entire time. It's a very powerful experience. Powerful, emotional and realistic. From start to finish you really want to see this movie. Overall, I'd say this is a great movie. I won't give it away. I'll just say that it's not what you'd expect from a Hollywood movie, and the acting is so good. I could see this movie being nominated for the academy awards. It has everything, great storyline, powerful story, great acting, beautiful photography. It's a perfect example of a good movie, and I hope you see it. And also, I would like to say that I loved John Hawkes and Margaret Cho in the film, and I really love the cinematography of this movie. Oh my God, I'm still watching it. It's just so brilliant. Overall, I highly recommend this movie.

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Kathy

Sydney Pollack has directed "Punch Drunk Love" which is a film about a singer (Nicole Kidman) and a boxer (Christoph Waltz). At the beginning of the film, the singer meets a black man who tells her that his father died in the ghetto of New York and his mother left him to the care of his Uncle Tony (Harry Dean Stanton). At the end of the film, we see how the singer had been growing up in the ghetto. She becomes a fighter and eventually became the first female heavyweight boxing champion in the United States. This film, from the screenplay by Tony Scott and Jonathan Goldstein, has an interesting plot but it does not have the depth of what we would expect from a Woody Allen movie. It is very slow and does not have the intensity of "Take the Money and Run". The only thing that made this movie more interesting is that the boxing match was actually filmed, as opposed to a staged event. The script, though, did not work for me. It does not have the real sadness and loneliness that Allen's films often have. It is just too long, and the best part of the film is when the singer gets to the boxing ring. The plot is also too contrived, and you can easily figure out what will happen to the protagonist. I would have liked to have seen more of the boxer and the singer and less of the other characters. This movie, like "A Chorus Line" was a really good drama, but not as great as Allen's other movies. I would recommend this movie to fans of Woody Allen, and people who are interested in boxing. 7/10

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Johnny

I'm very glad I finally watched this movie! Judy Garland did a wonderful performance as Clara Hart, the newlywed Mrs. Burrows, whose husband had died recently. Her sadness and sadness is well portrayed by this movie. I recommend it for all who are heartbroken. The movie is very emotional and there is no way anyone can not feel the pain of Clara. However, the ending of the movie left me a bit confused. It would have been better if Clara had more of an explanation as to why she committed suicide. Overall, a movie you need to see.

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Jane

I wasn't very impressed with this movie. Not because I didn't like the idea, or that it was a drag, or because I think that it was too slow. But because I thought the characters were badly written. Some of the characters were great, others were horrible. Sometimes I thought they were half-way accurate, but other times I thought they were caricatures. The main problem with the characters is that they had too many layers. They were supposed to be characters in a movie, but each layer was being given a bit more character, so you had characters in layers that were actually characters. For example, the first layer of Anna and Nick, the cute, sensitive, sweet girl and the wicked, crazy man-hating boyfriend, the first layer was portrayed as so much more than what was actually happening, it was more tragic and depressing than it should have been. The second layer was the jock, the bad boy, the hot and caring guy who knew what he was doing, and the jealous guy, the guy who was mad at Nick for getting jealous, and the third layer was the woman, the beautiful girl who was so fragile and weak, and the most important layer, the friend who had such great potential to be great. But instead, she was shallow and cutthroat, and we all know how it ends, the handsome and confident man who is utterly humiliated by his friend and friend's ex, the beautiful girl who falls for the seemingly cool guy, the friend who's supposed to be the emotional one who would probably be the best friend, but is in fact the most annoying, the jock who falls for the girl he's supposed to be friend with, the gay guy who is supposed to be the closest to the boy he wants to be with, but is also the one who is the most obnoxious. I was angry that the entire plot was portrayed as so much more than what was actually happening, but then again, that's how it is in a movie. It's like the story is more interesting than the actual plot. I also didn't like that there was no emotion or sincerity in the characters. The girl that was supposed to be the most loyal friend didn't show any emotion or sincerity, she was all smug and self-assured. Nick who was supposed to be the awkward boyfriend, but actually felt like a good guy, didn't show any emotion, he didn't have any care, he just was. And the best friend, well, he was just a self-centered, selfish jerk. Judy, the best friend, well, she was the most intelligent person, she always made the right decision, and always acted like she would never betray her friend, but she betrayed her friend. But she

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Cynthia Fisher

The movie is an admirable effort, though, as far as political correctness goes, it's not entirely honest about its subject matter. Its basic thesis is that most of the problems that afflict our world are due to selfish people, which in turn leaves them mostly unconcerned with what the rest of the world is doing, which is also due to selfish people. The central character, Judy, was meant to be a woman who had dealt with most of these issues. Her character was essentially a product of her own upbringing and early adult years. We are treated to many of the issues that afflicted her upbringing and early adult years, which had been handled by her mother. In other words, she was an object of his envy, not a source of her own despair. She was told that she had to deal with these issues because they were "real" and therefore "real" in some way, which only reinforced her own feelings of inadequacy and inadequacy of others. The movie tried to paint Judy as a product of her own upbringing, not as a victim of others. It was not completely successful in that regard. Judy's father was not portrayed as a single-minded, self-centered man who cared little for the welfare of his children, but instead as a family man who never took his children's interests into account. He was in fact quite loving, despite the fact that he was the source of most of Judy's suffering. The movie attempted to depict Judy as a person who had grown up with a strong, supportive family and then had to take care of herself, despite the fact that she was the source of most of her own problems. It failed in that regard as well. Her mother was also quite manipulative. But Judy's own mother was also a source of her self-esteem and her own fulfillment. There is a lot of material in this movie that is not only relevant to what we are used to seeing in movies, but also is relevant to how we actually treat people. It is not something that is easily done on screen. We are all quite familiar with movies where the hero has to use a magical device or devise a completely new way of using a weapon to beat up his opponent. There are also movies where the villain, while he does a lot of bad things, can be a decent person. We are all aware that most villains have problems that go beyond their anger. They can be compassionate, caring, sensitive, and, at the same time, capable of great evil. There is a nice balance in this movie between the two extremes. As we've seen with some of the characters in other movies, we can't always be 100% sure what the intentions of the characters are. But we can always be sure that they are doing what they believe

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Nicole Long

This is a movie about two people. One of them is an aging teacher and the other is a school psychologist. The teacher decides to give a seminar on the relationship between teaching and therapy. The main character is played by Julia Roberts. The story revolves around a time when the teacher gave a seminar on the relationship between counseling and therapy. When the seminar was over, the teacher went to a therapy session and was diagnosed with an eating disorder. I have a feeling that I didn't understand the movie all that much. The movie is definitely about how education is about the teacher, the teacher is the main character and the main character is the teacher. So in that way it seems like the movie was going to focus on the relationship between the two. However, the movie is more about therapy than it is about therapy. So you should watch the movie and learn a little bit about it. Overall, the movie is really good. The acting is good and the character is played by a good actress.

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Lawrence M.

Well this is an interesting film to watch and will definitely draw you in to how small the world of elite sex can be. It is about a girl who used to be an Olympic athlete and her eventual fall from grace. I like the use of archival footage of her life and that is one of the things that drew me in. She is actually going to win an award. The interview with her parents is also interesting as they say that the doctors did everything they could to save her life. The film also shows her reaction to the news that she will be the "newest member of the short list" for the Olympics. That's interesting and at first I wasn't convinced that the chances of her getting in were so low. But then I saw how she looks like a future Olympian. But of course I wonder if she will be accepted in her own country. Overall it is a pretty interesting movie. The pacing is not great but it will draw you in to the drama of her life.

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Kimberly

I'm sure there are more to come in the history of films, but this is the first movie I've seen that's been able to follow up the more famous books written by Roald Dahl and originally released in book form in the 70's. It's not a film that focuses on a single character and is more of a story about the concept of the "distress button." Both characters are basically creatures of this book that knows how to make it appear the first time someone opens the "distress button," even if it's only one person. Now I'm not saying that this is a great film, but it's a very good one, especially if you know the book or know about Dahl and all his stories. This is definitely Dahl's best film to date. All of the actors in the movie do a great job, especially Olivia Cooke who was great in "Maud Adams" and is great here. The character's are a little more focused and you can tell more about them and where they are in life. This is definitely Dahl's best film and it is definitely worth seeing.

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Jerry Romero

In retrospect, it seems that all of Sandler's early films were very funny, although they weren't exactly memorable. That is, they were usually low budget films and almost never star-studded. Still, I enjoyed this film very much. I remember watching it as a child and still thinking it was hilarious. When I recently saw the film again for the first time since I was a child, I really appreciated the fact that I hadn't quite realized how good it was until now. I guess I was familiar with the material, but this film is far more believable than the other Sandler films I've seen. For one, the movie is surprisingly serious and grounded, although the humor is at times very funny. This is a story about a man who only wants to become a successful businessman and is under tremendous pressure to succeed. He is also an alcoholic and depressed. The film starts off very weak with the man on a plane bound for a meeting with his friend. Then the plane crashes and his friend is killed. This is the first time the film seems to take a serious turn. As his life falls apart, his friend decides to use his money to create a company in the hopes of making it big. The company, "Shaklee Industries," is a big success and Sandler's character goes on a business trip to Hong Kong. There he meets the woman he's always wanted to meet and is manipulated by her to get money from his wife to finish his own business. This is a typical Sandler film. However, this movie has a more human story and is also far less predictable. I think it's because Sandler brings so much of his quirky nature to this film. It also helps to have one of his best friends in the film. I'd like to mention Jennifer Anniston, who was my favorite character in the film. This is the type of film where you feel like you've known the characters all your life. The little things, like the end credits, were great. It was refreshing to see a movie that didn't take itself too seriously, although it was very dark and realistic. And the film really made me feel for Sandler. I didn't know him very well, but I knew how much I loved him when I saw this film. I also liked how the man's stories were mixed in with his personal life. This was a good formula for a film to work well. This movie is also very funny. I loved the old Andy Kaufman routine, but he still had a great voice. I also loved the scene where he watches the news. It was also funny to see him make a comment about what he thought would happen in the movie. It

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Carol M.

I enjoyed "Facing the Giants" for its true-to-life storytelling. The characters seemed real and I would have loved to see more of them, but I think I may have seen the most of the four main protagonists. The story is very similar to other depictions of life on college campuses, but it's a little different because the college atmosphere is so deep in my mind. The tension between the students, both male and female, is very believable. At the end of the day, you can't help but root for the boys and hope they make it. The movie leaves you feeling sad and really shows the impact of a football game on a young man's life. Even though there's a lot of wrong in the world, college football makes football a much more compelling game. A lot of the boys' names were close to my own, so I've been following them. I hope to see "Facing the Giants" again and might buy it when it comes out on DVD.

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Julia T.

The complete story of Judy Garland, this film follows her career as a singing and dancing legend. She is accompanied by beautiful pictures of her life and her films. The story goes from her childhood, her career, her difficult times, her fall from grace, her recovery and the events that brought her back to the top of the music world. The actors were very well chosen to play the characters. Emma Thompson was very convincing as the hungry actress, while Ed Harris was very charming and intelligent as Nick's manager. John Lithgow was pretty good, but wasn't a great actor. The music was a great work, a little bit of the old classic songs, but the new ones were just great. It was nice to hear Jim Morrison's music again. The cinematography was great. The photography is amazing. The music is very good, and fitting to the film. It has all the characteristic of a Judy Garland film. The story is very inspiring, and it's a must see for Judy Garland fans, just to watch her and her music. Overall, a great film, it is a pity that it won't be re-released. 9/10

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Ryan

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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Jacqueline

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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Donald

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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Mark

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.