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Green Book

Green Book is a movie starring Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali, and Linda Cardellini. A working-class Italian-American bouncer becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s...

Other Titles
Green Book: Eine besondere Freundschaft, Le livre de Green, Green Book: O prietenie pe viaţă, Una amistad sin fronteras, Green Book: una amistad sin fronteras, Зелена књига, Zelena knjiga, Žalioji knyga, 幸福綠皮書, Green Book: Sur les routes du sud, Zöld könyv, Green Book - Um Guia Para a Vida, Ceļvedis, Green Book: O Guia, Ha'Seffer ha'Yarrock, Το πράσινο βιβλίο, To prasino vivlio, Zelena knjiga: Vodič za život, Roheline raamat, グリーンブック, Zöld könyv: Útmutató az élethez, 綠簿旅友, Green Book: Una amistad sin fronteras, Yeşil Rehber, Zelená kniha, Mtsvane Tsigni
Running Time
2 hours 10 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Biography, Music, Comedy
Director
Peter Farrelly
Writer
Nick Vallelonga, Peter Farrelly, Brian Hayes Currie
Actors
Viggo Mortensen, Sebastian Maniscalco, Linda Cardellini, Mahershala Ali
Country
USA, China
Year
2018
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

New York City bouncer Frank "Tony Lip" Vallelonga is searching for new employment after his nightclub is closed for renovations, eventually landing an interview as a driver for "Doc" Don Shirley, a famed pianist. Their first encounter does not go well, as Tony's flippant, uncultured behavior clashes with Don's sophisticated, reserved demeanor. However, Don eventually hires Tony on the strength of others' word, as he needs someone who can help him stay out of trouble during an eight-week concert tour through the Deep South. They embark with plans to return home on Christmas Eve. Tony is given a copy of the Green Book by Don's record studio: a guide for black travelers to find safe havens throughout the segregated South. They begin the tour in the Midwest before eventually heading further south. Tony and Don clash over their differences, as Tony feels uncomfortable being asked to act properly, while Don is disgusted by Tony's habits. Regardless, Tony finds himself impressed with Don's talent on the piano, and increasingly disgusted by the discriminatory treatment the latter receives by the hosts when he is not on stage. After a bar incident leads to a group of white men threatening Don's life, Tony rescues him by threatening to pull a gun on them. He instructs Don not to go out without him for the rest of the tour.

Comments about drama «Green Book» (8)

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Donald Cook

I first saw this film in 1995, and it stuck with me long after I had seen it. I was really surprised at how well the actors did their jobs, how convincing they all were, and how much chemistry was there between the three main characters. As much as I enjoyed the performances, the movie had too many weak spots. The dialogue was sometimes forced, and sometimes it seemed out of place. The writing was sometimes sloppy. There were too many inconsistencies. The characters seemed to think they knew what was going on, when they did not. And I think this could have been done much better. The acting was fantastic, but it was not the most successful film I have ever seen. I would recommend this film to people who are looking for a good story, a good cast, a good script, and a good ending.

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Emma

I really enjoyed this movie. I didn't think the acting was that great, but it was pretty entertaining. It had an amazing story and I loved the fact that it was real. The songs were great and I really liked the chemistry between them. The thing that I liked about the movie was that it didn't try to force any storyline. It showed it's own plot. It was a nice change of pace for this summer movie season. The people who made this movie did a great job. I'm glad I went to see it. It's a good movie and I really enjoyed it.

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Terry P.

From the creators of the "Jackass" series comes "The Wrestler". With over 1,000,000 fans, "The Wrestler" is the #1 grossing film of the year. It is a story of a wrestler who falls in love with his manager's daughter. The result is a great movie that is funny, action packed, and it has a great cast. Seth Rogen, Ben Affleck, Jason Lee, Jason Mewes, Judd Hirsch, Ashley Tisdale, Adam Sandler, Mary McCormack, Steve Carrell, and many more make a great ensemble. The only problem with this movie is the comedy, which is not great. The movie is very entertaining and I would definitely recommend it to anyone. My rating is 7/10.

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Madison Ford

After being made aware of this movie, I have to say I was expecting something different from the Harry Potter series. I mean, the movie is definitely not Harry Potter. But it is pretty decent. A group of young adults has to deal with the trauma of a late childhood, after a recent death of a parent and the subsequent suicide of the kid. Their parents can't decide what to do, and they don't want to deal with the grief, and have decided to go to a bookstore to find a book that they can share with their parents, as a coping tool. On the other hand, there is a famous author, and some of his fans, who are the kids' idol, who want to take the kids to his home, and they are so thrilled to be there. The parents don't like this idea, but they have to go along with it. Now, the movie was not so great, but it was a good movie. It is not like I expected the movie to be. The movie is not as good as the book, but it is a decent movie, and it did have some good points. The acting in the movie was not that good, but it was not bad. There was some funny moments, and some that were not so funny. The kids in the movie are pretty funny. I liked the movie, and I would recommend it.

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Harold

The story of this movie is about two men, one a hard worker, the other a womanizer. The hard worker is played by J.K. Simmons. The womanizer is played by Daniel Craig. As this movie progresses, we discover that J.K. Simmons, is a hard worker, and the man who is portrayed as a womanizer, is a man who is not a hard worker. I will not tell you anything about this movie, as it will ruin it for you. It is just a good movie that I enjoyed, I don't have much more to say about it. It is worth watching. I give it a B+.

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Virginia B.

I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the production values, and the sheer entertainment value of the production values. The performances were great, and the story was a fantastic mix of tragedy, tragedy, tragedy. The songs were great, and the use of the piano was a nice touch. There were only two things that really bugged me, and one of them was that the character of Jane Austen (or Jane Taylor) was portrayed in a way that was, at best, unrealistic. But, really, who cares? It was a good movie, and I would watch it again. I really liked it, and would recommend it to anyone.

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Heather C.

Don't get me wrong, this movie was really good. It had a great message, good acting, and the setting of the movie was beautiful. But there are so many times where the movie is just pointless. Like most of the movie was boring and I could go on forever about how pointless it was. I don't really think the movie is worth your time unless you are a huge fan of Vanilla Ice. And if you are a huge fan of Vanilla Ice, you should definitely go see this movie, but don't expect a masterpiece like his other movies. I give it a 7/10, and I am definitely going to see this movie again. But this movie is really a shame because it's a good movie, but it's not one of Vanilla Ice's best.

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Zachary

I had never seen the film until I read the comments of one of the users, who referred to the film as a 'slap-in-the-face' film. That really bothered me, since the film is based on an autobiographical novel, so it is a product of its times. That aside, the film is really an excellent look at a period of life. It is a film that doesn't rush to present a coherent narrative, but lets the film unfold on its own terms. This is a great film to see if you want to get a feel for the 1960's, but I'd recommend you watch it before you read the book, as the film is so much more than a comparison. This is a film that I can watch again and again. It is a film about a generation, but also a film about how a generation responds to adversity. The acting is great, the characters are realistic, and the music is amazing. I just loved this film. It is a film that is highly recommended. I think that it is definitely worth seeing.