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(239) 5.5 90 min 2015

A Beautiful Now is a movie starring Abigail Spencer, Cheyenne Jackson, and Collette Wolfe. A beautiful dancer balances on the razor's edge between reality and fantasy as she asks her friends to help her figure out the passions and...

Elena Satine, Abigail Spencer, Cheyenne Jackson, Collette Wolfe
Comedy, Drama, Music, Romance
Daniela Amavia

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy, Drama, Music, Romance
Director Daniela Amavia
Writer Daniela Amavia, Daniela Amavia
Stars Elena Satine, Abigail Spencer, Cheyenne Jackson, Collette Wolfe
Country USA
Also Known As Visting Pigeons
Runtime 1H 30M
Description A beautiful dancer balances on the razor's edge between reality and fantasy as she asks her friends to help her figure out the passions and relationship that have shaped who they are and who they will become.

Top reviews

Monday, 30 Mar 2020 02:50

An early 90s project, where a very high profile filmmaker (Abhijeet) decided to make a satire on the U.S. mainstream music scene, after decades of watching and listening to people telling stories about their idols. The movie's basic premise is this: you are a typical 16-year old kid and you've been coming home for months only to discover you're the idol of the neighborhood (or the top rated song of the local radio station, who's giving away free tickets for the town's grand party). Anyway, you try to fill the huge void inside of you and you feel good when the music stops. However, the music isn't so good and you start hating it and you're the sole participant in the racist, superficial and lackadaisical behaviour of the other people in the neighborhood. I've already mentioned that the director, Abhijeet, is definitely someone who is great at bringing out his own personal style in his movies. He brings out that style with the music he makes. In the case of this movie, it's a good thing, because it really makes the movie not only interesting but also quirky and funny. For instance, the music and the storyline do not seem to be mutually exclusive. Also, it is really funny when the band that everyone's listening to is in the movie. It's not something that will happen in the real world but I'd say that is a good thing. The movie starts as a spoof, but the story is actually more complex. It's a serious subject that could be pretty touching. It's a movie about some pretty important subjects that maybe are used in the music industry but not in other industries. It is also a great satire, showing the attitude of some people when they're being the stereotypical fake 'white trash' and the way they talk and act. The way that Abhijeet is the real star of the movie is also pretty cool. It's one of the main reasons for the movie's success. Overall, it's a really good movie. It's funny, it's serious and it's smart.
Sunday, 22 Mar 2020 15:49

I'm a movie fan, and I've been a fan of Anthony Minghella ever since I first saw him in Darren Aronofsky's Noah. Now, he's back with a movie that not only speaks directly to modern audiences, but also is more personal than his previous works. I want to start with the negatives, because I personally felt that this was a pretty weak film, but then again, I just have a way of over analyzing a film. I don't want to see an ad campaign for a movie, so I'm not looking for the clever references that Aronofsky uses. I'll focus on the positives. First, Minghella has a definite vision. He's a very talented director, and his camera angles and staging are almost perfect. For example, when Wallace walks in the room, the audience is completely focused on the scene. The one weak spot in this movie is the second act. There is a lot of scenes that could have been put into the first act, but Minghella seems to lose track of the audience and uses the second act to try and cram as many scenes into the second act as possible. This was a real flaw in the movie. The second act is a slow burn. In the beginning, we see the racism of Black people. But once the audience is introduced to the characters, we see that they are all very flawed, and some of them are even just downright stupid. This is the most memorable part of the movie. The second act is also a great use of the music. As a fan of 80s music, I am so glad that you use the music from that era for the second act. If you don't do this, it can be confusing for the audience and cause the movie to become repetitive. Overall, I really liked this movie. I gave it an 8/10. There were some flaws, but it's a great movie that I highly recommend. I have mixed emotions about this movie, but if you can get past the weak moments, you'll find yourself in a world of a fantastic film. Enjoy the second act of The Look of Love.
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 06:58

A Beautiful Now is a biopic of British singer, songwriter and musician Bob Geldof. In this movie Geldof is portrayed as a very normal person. He is an ordinary guy living normal life and not an extreme person. Geldof is portrayed as a quiet person. This is a very different characterization for Geldof. I think that the movie portrays him as a very unhappy person who has been dealing with a lot of problems. Geldof doesn't use drugs or alcohol as a coping mechanism for his problems. He is actually very sensitive about his health and how he feels about it. I think the movie did a good job portraying Geldof as a normal person who's problems did not affect him. It also does a good job showing him as a very vocal person. I think this movie really reflects Geldof's character because he's not portrayed as a character that's out to make a statement on how much better things could be. The movie does a good job portraying Geldof as an ordinary person. It also shows him as being very quiet and private. He is quiet about what he really needs to do to deal with his problems. The movie also shows him as a sensitive person. The movie doesn't show Geldof as a loud-mouthed person. He's not portrayed as a loud-mouthed person. I think the movie does a very good job at portraying Geldof as a normal person. Overall I really liked this movie because I thought it was very good at portraying a very normal person. Geldof is also very quiet and private. I also liked that it portrayed him as being very sensitive about his health. I think the movie also shows him as a sensitive person. The movie was really good. I recommend it to anyone.

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