A Star Is Born (2018)
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A Star Is Born (2018)


Genre
:
Drama | Romance | Music
Rating
:
7.5 / 10
Release Date
:
03 October 2018
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 15 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
Seasoned musician Jackson Maine discovers — and falls in love with — struggling artist Ally. She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer — until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally's career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down, as Jack fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.

Cast Overview :

Ally Campana
by: Lady Gaga
Jackson Maine
by: Bradley Cooper
Bobby Maine
by: Sam Elliott
Lorenzo Campana
by: Andrew Dice Clay
Rez Gavron
by: Rafi Gavron
Ramon
by: Anthony Ramos
George "Noodles" Stone
by: Dave Chappelle
Himself
by: Alec Baldwin
Himself
by: Marlon Williams
Herself
by: Brandi Carlile
Carl
by: Ron Rifkin
Little Feet
by: Barry Shabaka Henley
Matty
by: Michael D. Roberts
Wolfie
by: Michael Harney
Gail
by: Rebecca Field
Emerald
by: Willam Belli
Phil
by: Greg Grunberg
Drag Bar Emcee
by: D.J. "Shangela" Pierce
Preacher
by: Eddie Griffin
Paulette Stone
by: Drena De Niro
Bryan (Catering Manager)
by: Jacob Schick
Tommy
by: Gabe Fazio
Cashier
by: Luenell
Jackson's band
by: Lukas Nelson
Jackson's band
by: Anthony LoGerfo
Jackson's band
by: Corey McCormick
Jackson's band
by: Logan Metz
Jackson's band
by: Tato Melgar
Himself
by: Don Roy King
Herself (uncredited)
by: Halsey

Member Reviews :

It feels silly to even qualify this one. LADY GAGA. BRADLEY COOPER (who can sing and direct, apparently). You don’t even need to have any info about the plot to know that this a priority must-see. But, in case you’re wondering, it’s also based on one of the most iconic (and beloved) movie musicals of the 20th century (it’s been re-made a bunch of times, but none was better than the Judy Garland-helmed version) and in addition to all the Gaga-Cooper creative brilliance, the screenplay is also co-written by Eric Roth, the Oscar-winning screenwriter who once compared life to a box of chocolates in Forest Gump (he modified the novel’s original — and far less quotable — line, “Being an idiot is no box of chocolates”)
  cityguide
Very interesting. As soon as I saw the trailer, I wanted to see it. I work in the professional cv services, and through the big traffic there is no time for going to the cinema, so I will wait for the film to appear in good quality on the Internet. But the trailer is exciting. Everything I love: romance, love and music!
  vanessamay
Lady Gaga clearly is (and has been for a very long time) a fantastic singer, and has made massive strides as an actor as well, but I _really_ did not enjoy this. Bradley Cooper has clearly been studying at the Jeff Bridges' School of Being Completely Fucking Incomprehensible for this one. Maybe he was just trying to lend some believebility to the idea that he and Sam Elliot were brothers, I don't know (If that is the case, it failed miserably). Which I mean, whatever, it's his movie, he do that character whichever way he wants, but I don't appreciate it myself. Honestly the only thing in this, the fourth iteration of _A Star Is Born_ that I **did** appreciate at all was the first 15 minutes and the last 15 minutes. I didn't love those segments by any stretch, but I liked them at least partly. Not so for what came in between. I can definitely support _A Star is Born's_ two audio-related Oscars, and maybe, _maybe_ even see my way to understanding the Best Actress nomination for Gaga, but beyond that, I don't follow the logic at all. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._
  Gimly
Lady Gaga clearly is (and has been for a very long time) a fantastic singer, and has made massive strides as an actor as well, but I **really** did not enjoy this. Bradley Cooper has clearly been studying at the Jeff Bridges' School of Being Completely Fucking Incomprehensible for this one. Maybe he was just trying to lend some believebility to the idea that he and Sam Elliot were brothers, I don't know (If that is the case, it failed miserably). Which I mean, whatever, it's his movie, he do that character whichever way he wants, but I don't appreciate it myself. Honestly the only thing in this, the fourth iteration of _A Star Is Born_ that I **did** appreciate at all was the first 15 minutes and the last 15 minutes. I didn't love those segments by any stretch, but I liked them at least partly. Not so for what came in between. I can definitely support _A Star is Born's_ two audio-related Oscars, and maybe, **maybe** even see my way to understanding the Best Actress nomination for Gaga, but beyond that, I don't follow the logic at all. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._
  Gimly