La La Land

2016

Action / Comedy / Drama / Music / Musical / Romance

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91% · 471 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 81% · 50K ratings
IMDb Rating 8.0/10 10 678519 678.5K

Top cast

Emma Stone as Mia
Ryan Gosling as Sebastian
J.K. Simmons as Bill
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932.57 MB
1280*502
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 8 min
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1.94 GB
1920*752
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 8 min
Seeds 100+
5.71 GB
3840*1504
English 5.1
PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 7 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by IreneWatsonC 8 / 10

Loving you is like loving part of my life

This movie is infinitely close to when we were young: arrogant, romantic, dreamy, longing for love, but lack of money. Then when we have tasted the hardships and pains of society and finally achieved something, is the person around you still the one you love the most? Only when you have thoroughly pained and loved, can you understand how difficult it is to be innocent love. Only when you let go can you support your dream and fulfill your pursuit. In the end, Mia's fantasy surprised all the audience. This is the fantasy of all sweet love, and it is the most exciting meaning of this movie. I dare say that if there is no final fantasy, or the hero and heroine are together again, this movie will eventually become a second-rate love song and dance drama. Only if you can't get it, can you fully understand the bitterness and sweetness of youth. After all, the most beautiful love is just a flash in the pan. I love you, but I can only wish you happiness. This is the supreme love. This love becomes a part of life and a belief. LA LA LAND, loving you is like loving part of my life.

Reviewed by yuenyeeac 8 / 10

Dream or Love

I love you, you can not spend time with me, but it is taboo to look down on my dreams. You don't look at yourself, indulge in fame, forget the original intention, you have no reason to lose temper with me. I love you when you talk about your dreams, and I do n't love you. I am busy, and I have my dream to work hard. I love you, so let me go. Sebastian let her go after her dream because he loved Mia. Because only he knew where her brightest eyes, the most gorgeous smile, and the most energetic look of the whole person came from. Because I love you, I am not qualified to imprison you by my side. I can never tolerate you doing anything wronged for me. "About us, just wait for the answer." Sebastian said as he sat on the bench on the top of the mountain, Mia nodded in conscience. Even the farewell is full of tacit understanding, and at a glance everything is understood. There is no bitterness and hatred, no complaint. These are two independent personalities who hold the right to choose. In the bright future, there will be no more lovers like you who appreciate me, but I have a complete dream and myself. After maturity, Mia became a big star, with a mansion, children, gentleman husband. Sebastian opened a jazz club, the venue was full, the name she gave was the same. Love is the most regrettable, the most indecent, the most shining, the most incomprehensible, the sweetest, and the most grievous, making life in your hands trivial. Reluctant to say something later, miss is to miss. We have a calmer and more mature life at the cost of losing each other. But if we did not choose to say goodbye, we will not arrive safely on this shore now. Dreams seem to be the killer of love, but without dreams, she will not be attracted by the piano sound until the downfall of genius falls into her arms. It is a dream to make the two lives full of life and make all the lost things meaningful.

Reviewed by MatthewMichaelHoffman 10 / 10

One word to describe my experience watching this movie: Serotonin

SCORE: 10/10

I have one word to describe my experience watching this movie: Serotonin. Even when I was completely sobbing in complete depression, I still could not help but marvel at the beauty of what I was experiencing. When this movie first came out, I remember leaving the theater so frustrated at how it ended. How could they build up such a beautiful bond between Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone's characters just for them to rip my young heart out by them not ending up together? I was furious and never went back to watch it...until now.

You know who I can thank for that? Nicole Kidman. I am an AMC A-List member and every single time her ad plays before a movie I see the short clip from La La Land. This movie tackles so many deep topics about life, some of which I am in the heat of battle with. There is so much pressure to hold a steady job in order to survive in today's world. In Sebastian's case, he took the steady paying job at the sacrifice of both his dreams and relationship. It's amazing what we will tell ourselves to convince ourselves that we are happy. Safety is comfort and comfort leads to happiness. But we only get one life on this earth. Why would we spend it doing something we don't like for the chance that everything else will work out?

In Mia's case, all she wants was for Sebastian to be supportive of her dream as much as she was for him. Sure it stung a lot for her to have a low turn out at her play, but it hurt way more for Sebastian not to show up. Once they split and he receives the call from the casting agent, we see a complete switch in his mentality and the story unfolds beautifully from there. Mia gets the part, goes to Paris, and then 5 years later we are presented with the sad reality that she had moved on, had a child, and was living her best life. And then, her and her husband take an unexpected turn to avoid traffic and stumble upon a surprise venue.

Half way through the movie, I was actually inspired to learn Mia and Sebastian's theme on piano and I can't help but cry while playing it because of the meaning behind the song. It was their song. The song she heard when she first met him, and the song she hears 5 years later when walking into a random Jazz bar one night, only to find that it was Sebastian's. Not only that, but the name of the place was "Seb's", the name that she suggested. We then get a scene of what would have happened if things had all gone right, and we see a life where Mia and Sebastian are together and happy, but are quickly reminded of reality, which teaches a very important lesson. We can only move forward. 2 people once in love forced to go their separate ways to follow their dreams are once again together, sharing a magical moment with the song that started it all. 6 years ago I didn't understand, but now I do. They both found happiness and neither of them would have done it without the other. We never know why we are in certain peoples' lives, but the power we hold to make a difference is immense.

Now, it is my turn to discover what my dream is. I am currently trapped in the world of security and stability and the fear of doing something I am not comfortable with. This movie has changed my life and I hope to look back in 10, 20, 30, 40 years to credit this film for being the catalyst for me to start living my life the way I want.

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