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Um filme interessante para amantes de histÃ³rias reais. O diretor faz um grande trabalho ao contar de forma inusitada sobre a icÃ´nica ex primeira dama. Assim faz com dois paralelos, uma parte obscura e triste e a outra como um dama de fato. A atriz fez um bom papel. O roteiro bom tal como a fotografia (palmas tambÃ (C)m para o estilo de filnagem).
Fora isso, nÃ£o vejo nada de memorÃ¡vel para ganhar tantas avaliaÃ§Ãµes "espetaculares da midia". Como sugestao, poderia ter enriquecido com mais detalhes, tais como seu relacionamento com o Presidente (afinal ele teve muito casos fora do casamento) e tal relaÃ§Ã£o entre ele e ela sÃ£o pouco trabalhados. Ou seja, um bom filme, bons toques de inovaÃ§Ã£o e nada alÃ (C)m disso. Para ver uma fez Ã³timo para rever jÃ¡ pensaria duas vezes.
Natalie Portman is superb in her portrayal of Jackie Kennedy, but ultimately this is a film that it is carried by this performance. I thought editing was all over the place and we couldn't get all the nuances from the characters. Feels like a lost opportunity
The few things I knew about this story I learned from reading Stephen King's "22-11-63". Aka I don't know a lot. I don't know what Jackie was like as a president's wife, and I don't feel like I got to know her better by watching this movie. As far as I know people adored her but I still don't really know why. She was a bit cold and although very strong, not very friendly. Her husband just got killed so maybe that's why they decided to portrait her this way but I wasn't really feeling it, I guess. It for sure wasn't a bad movie, the camera work was amazing and I loved the Natalie Portman close-ups (there were a lot of those). Natalie Portman showed a whole new side of her if you ask me and she did it so well! It's just to bad that the storyline wasn't what I expected.
Such a great film! I really underestimated it. I was turned off on the idea of how artsy it would be. Natalie Portman's impersonation of her voice was annoying but a great film overall!
Natalie Portman keeps it afloat, the rest sinks.
Jackie stars Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy a week before the assassination of her husband. The storyline was cold, slow and depressing. We all know the story but this time it was retold thru the real life interview with the reporter from Life magazine. I was disappointed that the story didnâ(TM)t portray Jackie as the smart, trend setter, powerful First Lady that she was. Natalie Portman was nominated an Oscar for role as Jackie. Overall it was a good movie, but I canâ(TM)t see myself watching it again.
Jackie es una manera cautivadora y conmovedora de contar una triste y desgarradora historia que deja salir el lado mas triste de la increíble Natalie Portman que logra trasformarse impecablemente en Jacqueline Kennedy.
While the pacing is a bit of a problem, Natalie Portman's acting manages to top her portrayal of Nina from Black Swan, and the movie is worth seeing just for her.
A stunning portrayal of grief.
As a vehicle for Natalie Portman it works. As film it's not consistently engaging.