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Plot: As a young New York couple goes from college romance to marriage and the birth of their first child, the unexpected twists of their journey create reverberations that echo over continents and through lifetimes in Life Itself. Director and writer Dan Fogelman ("This Is Us") examines the perils and… Runtime: 117 min Release Date: 21 Sep 2018
It will make you smile while you are crying (by franceskamehmeti)
Unpredictable, emotional, well- written dialogue, heart felt performances. When I read the bad reviews I was in shock. How can anybody not love this movie ? It touches on the essence of relationships, from the happy moments to the tragic moments. Please ignore the bad reviews and give this movie a chance. It deserves it.
You Either Get It Or You Don't (by ccarr-89284)
No super heroes, no car chases, no revenge , no wild cgi effects, no apocalypse, and no lurking undead. Just superb layered storytelling, fine acting, and a message about the dilemma and the magnificent potential of human beings if we choose it . If that's not a message that interests you, or you have some pre-set bias around the way Fogleman famously evokes emotional themes, then do everyone a favor and don't show up. If, on the other hand, you do not fear your vulnerabilities and can stretch yourself to some artistic license that doesn't involve space ships or old men who <more>
bounce off pavement I'm looking at you Tom, Liam, and Bruce , then I dare say you could really like this movie. I was lucky to get tickets to an early screening and I look forward to watching the IMDB number on this film go up and up.
Beautifully put together film, superb acting, editing. The low reviews are shocking but yet again not. People. Didn't read the book, if there is a book. Don't need to do a mental comparison or have some expectation. Went in blank sheet and wife and daughter came out hugging after all three of us had our moments of reflection and tears during and after the film. You need to savor this film. Of course you'll figure out what you think is going to happen and that's okay. That's life. Life has its patterns and surprise moments that do indeed happen. It could happen and it does <more>
happen. Enjoy the film if you are an emotional person, a deeper person. C'est la vie... Just let go and enjoy the film.
RANT WARNING:I have incredibly mixed feelings on this movie.On one hand, ya, I see why it has a less the 15% score on rotten tomatoes. No spoilers, but there's a major plot point near the end that you really need to suspend belief in reality to believe, within a movie that is so incredibly grounded in its graphic portrayal of reality, both mundane and intense. Additionally, it's pretty sappy, and essentially a 2 hour version of This is Us.On the other hand, I've been buying up all available stock in Oscar Isaac ever since Inside Llewin Davis, and in Olivia Cooke ever since <more>
Thoroughbreds, and this movie only cements them as my first round picks if there were ever a fantasy football style league for actors. And also this: this movie did to me what really all movies are aiming to do. It gripped me intensely for two hours, it made me feel deeply, and here I am 6 hours later, still thinking about it. So really what else matters. Sometimes I get caught up in making sure my opinion of a movie lives up to what I think a movie should critically be without looking at what the movie actually is. I refuse to do that with this movie. I liked it and the people in it. Screw the rest. 9/10
Ignore the critics and the soulless... (by ari_nelson)
...because I'm glad I did!!! For some baffling reason this has low IMDB rating...I almost didn't watch because of this and boy I would've missed out on yet another brilliant Dan Fogelman story. Crazy, stupid love happens to be a go-to movie of mine and This Is Us is one of my favorite tv shows. So my husband and I gave Life Itself a whirl hoping for something similar in style. I'm pretty sure my heart exploded with emotion...in the best possible way. I LOVE movies that make me emotionally vulnerable like opening montage scene of UP! and this movie nabbed at every emotion <more>
humanly possible in 90 minutes. My combat veteran husband who keeps his emotions on reserve, mind you said, and I quote, "Next to A Star Is Born, this is the best movie I've seen all year." On top of that, the acting is superb. Grab some tissues and enjoy.
I fell in love with this movie. The characters, the stories, the landscapes were enthralling. I'm not sure what the critics who panned this movie were watching but it wasn't what I watched unfold on the screen. Big thumbs up from me!
2-hour 'This Is Us' (by madisonharwell)
I was hesitant to invest the time in this film after reading critic reviews but I can absolutely say they were truly too harsh with Life Itself. No surprise but it's very reminiscent of 'This Is Us' and instead of an episodic narrative it's condensed to a two hour multi-chaptered film. While it did feel closer to three hours at points, there's a clear disconnect between the current reviews and the actual film performance. It was very emotional and most of the movie I had a lump in my throat. The way it's structured it's almost like three movies in one but the way <more>
it all comes together was so fascinating to watch as an audience member. My vote is you give it a shot, it's a really creative story.
I had to use a JImmy V reference for this movie, when he received his ESPY award and gave that once one a lifetime speech, Jim Valvano said the following," everyday you should do 3 things-laugh your ass off-2have at least 1 positive thought and 3-have your emotions moved to tears, well this somewhat encompasses Life Itself, minus the laughing part, it's mine kinda movie, no guns, no murder, it makes you think, chose, consider ponder, wonder, cry and reflect, sad how this type of movie is considered an anomaly, as opposed to the norm, highly recommend
Like "Life Itself," the journey is at least worthy. (by ccorral419)
Director Dan Fogelman comes to this film riding the phenomenal creator coattails of TV's "This is Us". As the writer and director here, one expects a tug at the heartstrings and a smooth flowing experience to follow. However, getting there is a bit trying and over dramatic. Will Oscar Isaac "Inside Llewyn Davis" and Abby Olivia Wilde "The Lazarus Effect" are two NY love birds whose journey is the catalyst for many experiences that follow. Much like "This is Us," it's the dramatic encounters that move the films various stories lines along. <more>
Following very unnecessary jumpy camera work that chronicles Will's morning, the camera eventually steady's as Dr. Cait Morries the always plausible Annette Bening pushing the story into action. Over the next two hours, a cast of enjoyable and relatable characters are introduced, bring honest performances by Mandy Patinkin, Jean Smart, Olivia Cooke "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl," the calming Sergio Peris-Mencheta "Snowfall" - tv, the ever handsome Antonio Banderas, the shy Laia Costa "Maine", an appealing cameo by Samuel L. Jackson, and future actor to watch Alex Monner "The Red Band Society" TV. Fogelman enables the viewing audience to easy becomes vested in the various heart and grit characters and storylines, dropping the viewer into different environments and timelines. However, his pacing is so slow and drawn out at times, one is left wondering if and when the whole experience will finally wrap. "Life Itself" is getting a big push here, primarily because of Fogelman's association with "This is Us". It's up to you to decide if that's a good enough reason to see the film. Like "Life Itself," the journey is at least worthy.