Lady Bird (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie

Lady Bird (2017) 1080p

In 2002, an artistically inclined seventeen-year-old girl comes of age in Sacramento, California.

IMDB: 7.811 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.42G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 93
  • IMDB Rating: 7.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 67 / 380

The Synopsis for Lady Bird (2017) 1080p

Christine "Lady Bird" MacPherson is a high school senior from the "wrong side of the tracks." She longs for adventure, sophistication, and opportunity, but finds none of that in her Sacramento Catholic high school. LADY BIRD follows the title character's senior year in high school, including her first romance, her participation in the school play, and most importantly, her applying for college.

The Director and Players for Lady Bird (2017) 1080p

[Role:]Laurie Metcalf
[Role:]Tracy Letts
[Role:Director]Greta Gerwig
[Role:]Saoirse Ronan

The Reviews for Lady Bird (2017) 1080p

Interesting and unconventional coming of age storyReviewed byaustin0731Vote: 8/10

Lady Bird has got to be one of the most interesting and unconventional coming of age stories, it is a story of rebellion, the search for self identity and love. While common conventions in teenage dramas and coming of age tales, Lady bird does so in a smart and interesting way that results in a film both amusing and heartwarming.

The film features the themes of self identity in the character of Lady Bird, portrayed wonderfully by Saoirse Ronan. From the get-go we see her as a character who hates the place she lives, Sacramento and imagines herself in a different life somewhere more 'cultured like New York'. It's that sense of furthering herself and finding who she is that drives the actions of the character throughout the film. Saoirse Ronan portrays Lady bird in a fearless, fierce and even 'badass' way that really adds the heart and layer to the film when eventually that person almost dissolves and we understand the character on a deeper level.

Of course, this is also a film about love and more specifically the concept that love is attention. The core relationship between lady bird and her mother Marion played by Laurie Metcalf is the central love story of Lady bird. The attention and care that they give to each other that may seem toxic from an outsider's perspective versus the authenticity of the love and care that we as audiences also witness through the characters' own perspective. The small moments where no words are spoken yet they understand the needs of each other, such subtle details make this concept work and allows for the audience to really resonate with the authenticity of the film's portrayal of love between mother and daughter.

Overall, Lady bird was a very interesting exploration of the genre and a discussion about the teenage years as the years of exploration, experimentation and the search for self identity. But also the message that regardless of what happens there is always the anchor in the form of your home/families that was beautifully established here via the relationship of lady bird and Marion.

Capsule Review: Lady BirdReviewed byTejas NairVote: 9/10

It's surprising to learn that Lady Bird is a debut feature. Armed with a commonplace story but written with complete conviction and contemplation of the characters, writer-director Great Gerwig transcends all her past work with one short reel of 90 minutes. The supremely talented Saoirse Ronan plays 'Lady Bird', a school-going teenager at the height of adolescence. At first look, it seems like a boring rehash of that 2014 Richard Linklater film, but enter 15 minutes into the screenplay, and you will find your hands over your face with spread fingers trying to consume but not fully consume the idiosyncrasies of this lady as she communicates with her family and friends with a touch of awkwardness. Lady Bird is a refreshingly pleasant film that is driven by its imaginative dialogues between characters, a strong and relevant soundtrack, and most importantly, the performance of its cast. Ronan is effortless, but for me, it is Laurie Metcalf and Tracy Letts who take the pie. The former is always seen in a scrub, indicative of the fact that she is always on character. I almost thought that Metcalf was playing life, and makes me wonder if she has issues with her real-life daughter. Letts is this passive person who impresses you with his subtlety. But, more than him, it is Timothée Chalamet who comes out of the ring and wins you over in terms of subtlety. There is surely this charm about the actor which makes him instantly likable regardless of his character's shady shades. It can be difficult to add all this characterization and dialogues in a film that competes with the speed of light, but Lady Bird never falls short and manages to convey what it had in mind since the start. Equally funny and dramatic, it is one of the most fun films I have seen all year, and I can't even contain the happiness of seeing David Wallace here. (Looks like he sold Dunder Mifflin. LOL.) Lady Bird is fantastic. no doubt. TN.

what if this is the best version..Reviewed byamheretojudgeVote: 9/10

Lady Bird

A teenage girl forgiving her ex-boyfriend who cheated on her or challenging her mom to pay everything that she spent on her in cash or lying to befriend someone or even leave some friends are just these small things that one must have easily encountered or lived or done and even though it resembles too much with the reality, it still is surprisingly flat out funny. Lady Bird is a new milestone to this genre films which focuses on a particular character and displays different encounters and sequences which sometimes can become exhausting but not in here (the runtime too works in its favour), as it has the perfect amount of balance of everything in it whether it be then humor or drama. Saoirse Ronan has poured her heart out in it as portraying either stoned or rude or funny or innocent or stubborn; she has got quite a range and with the help of a great supporting cast it not only floats but sails away across the sea. Greta Gerwig seems well aware of her characters, tone of the film and plot; especially her screenplay which is always gripping. Lady Bird brews and encourages intense drama with amusing perspectives and walks perfectly between these lines with head held high.

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