Bad Boys for Life
I Am Not Okay with This
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Quite sad and pensive yet the acting raises this film to a very high level of GREAT. There's no laughter, but many tears. Silent tears. Sisto and Chenowith are both just brilliant and believable in their roles. My favorite of Sisto's many roles.
Definitely the most Important film of the year. Entertaining without being ridiiulous and historical in the most important way. Acting is the best of the year and it surpises me that there were not more nominees. However, I am hoping that it wll get a second chance as it did not really come to the people until 2017! A true MUST SEE, if not for the knowledge but the acting, too. Kevin Costner was wonderful also and again, surprised he was not a nominee. Go figure. I don't think it was given the exposure it deserved just as Moonlight wasn't. These were 2 of the best films of the year.
Truth. Truth. Truth. Real story. Came out crying and understanding a whole lot more than I did when I went in. Thank you for this brilliant film!
Written about Hollywood in it's Golden Age with fine fine acting, singing and dancing albeit NOT a musical (a Dirty Dancing/Saturday Night Fever/Fame 1980 type), and surprisingly no Hollywood ending. Brilliant in every respect.
The director, Tom Ford, should, like Julian Schnabel stick with his day job. This was without a doubt one of the worst executed films I have seen in a decade. And to do such a disservice to the great Amy Adams makes it a true disgrace!
Stick to clothing, Tom Ford. Just as Julian Schnabel made a mess of Jean Pierre Basquiat's life, stop making movies. What a disgrace to the great Amy Adams. You are the very reason she was not nominated for an Oscar this year. Hide your head in shame and stick with your day job.
The only good thing about seeing this "film" is that I saw it at the $2.50 theatre in Knoxville, TN.