Pride

2014, Comedy/Drama, 1h 59m

154 Reviews 10,000+ Ratings

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Earnest without being didactic and uplifting without stooping to sentimentality, Pride is a joyous crowd-pleaser that genuinely works. Read critic reviews

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Realizing that they share common foes in Margaret Thatcher, the police and the conservative press, London-based gays and lesbians lend their support to striking coal miners in 1984 Wales.

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  • Oct 02, 2016
    Great feel-good movie celebrating solidarity and tolerance. The set-up in the 80s feels authentic, thanks to the fitting soundtrack and costumes. The great acting, especially by Bill Nighy, who has some of the best scenes, makes it enjoyable and very entertaining to follow the characters through their ups and downs. While the second half has a few more serious tones than the first, it also makes the film much more interesting and the mix always works.
    Jens S Super Reviewer
  • May 06, 2016
    It's an interesting moment in socialist/gay history, but being only a moment means there's not enough there for a two hour film.
    Marcus W Super Reviewer
  • Oct 04, 2015
    A group of gay activists organize a protest in support of Welsh miners who have been victimized by Margaret Thatcher's policies. It's hard to make a heart-warming movie. With too many positive scenes a film can flounder for conflict and fail to progress. But Pride manages to be thoroughly heart-warming and keep moving. The film progresses from intra-group interpersonal conflicts, which are funny and occasionally moving, to inter-group awkwardness, which are just as funny. The film's serious moments don't ward off its charm, and the cast is equally accomplished throughout. Overall, this is an excellent, uplifting film.
    Jim H Super Reviewer
  • Feb 01, 2015
    This legitimately inspirational and thoroughly-feel-good movie is about an unusual but extraordinary slice of history involving the solidarity of a gay-and-lesbian activist group and the National Union of Mineworkers during the London strikes of the Thatcher era. Matthew Warchus directs with the chutzpah of a movie musical (I wouldn't be surprised if it wasn't already being optioned for stage adaptation), gravitating effortlessly from crowd-pleasing moments of light-heartedness to surprisingly effective emotional beats. He is aided completely by his stellar cast, an ensemble of such character and nuance that maintain an element of sincerity even in the film's more formulaic segments.
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