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(5344) 6.5 98 min 2016

LBJ is a movie starring Woody Harrelson, Michael Stahl-David, and Richard Jenkins. Lyndon B. Johnson aligns himself with John F. Kennedy, rises to the Presidency, and deals with the civil rights struggles of the 1960s.

Michael Stahl-David, Woody Harrelson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Richard Jenkins
History, Drama, Biography
Rob Reiner

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres History, Drama, Biography
Director Rob Reiner
Writer Joey Hartstone
Stars Michael Stahl-David, Woody Harrelson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Richard Jenkins
Country USA
Also Known As LBJ - L.B. Johnson, après Kennedy, A la sombra de Kennedy, LBJ ケネディの意志を継いだ男, The President: Lyndon B. Johnson, LBJ: A Esperança de uma Nação, Johnson: La esperanza de una nación, LBJ - Az elnök
Runtime 1H 38M
Description Lyndon B. Johnson aligns himself with John F. Kennedy, rises to the Presidency, and deals with the civil rights struggles of the 1960s.

Top reviews

Friday, 10 Jul 2020 15:29

I loved this film. I had seen so many movies about the Vietnam war, that it was hard to keep up. This movie was a breath of fresh air, I mean we all knew what was going to happen, it was about a guy, but he got a bunch of other people to help him, they got the best equipment, they got the best of the best to fight, and the most famous and greatest of the war, Martin Sheen, was in this movie. The best thing about this film is that it doesn't talk down to the viewer. I don't think that we need a great lesson on what is right and wrong, we need to learn about our own faults, and learn about what we can do to help each other, and stop being so selfish. We need to put our differences aside and learn about each other. One thing I can't get over is how beautifully beautiful this movie was. I mean, I saw it in the theater, and I just thought that it was amazing. I loved the music, the locations, the cinematography, everything was just perfect. I think that this film was an excellent start to any person's knowledge on the Vietnam war. It is an amazing tale of a guy, but he got his friends to help him, he got the best of the best, and he got the support of so many other people, and they all learned from his mistakes. I loved this film, I think that we need more movies like this, that show what war is really like, and that doesn't glamorize it, and it doesn't show every soldier in the world with guns blazing. We need to let the people know that we don't know how to kill, and that we need to put our differences aside to help each other. I think that this movie was well done and I recommend it to everyone.
Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 02:14

Dieter Laser has written the best film I've ever seen about one of the greatest military leaders the world has ever seen. Not only does he show us the man behind the mask, but also the man who once again changed the face of American war for the better, in a very, very serious way. The men in the film are real men, and it makes one think that most of them had had terrible experiences in the armed forces. Laser shows us what it was like to be a "naked paratrooper" and not get wounded, or get sent home. I could not have had it any better than this. In fact, I saw it twice and enjoyed it even more the second time around. It is a film about great American leaders, but not only that. It is also about war and our own feelings about war. It is a film that I would recommend to everyone, even if they are not a military historian or a military buff. It is a great movie, with excellent acting, a great plot, and the most realistic war I have ever seen. It also has great photography, so that you can almost believe that the film was actually made in Iraq. This is a very realistic film, which makes it even more important that we remember that war is really hell. This is a great film. I would rate it at a 9 out of 10, but due to the fact that I saw it twice, I would give it a 10. The great thing about this film is that it should not be viewed as a political statement, but as a film about how we should remember our military heroes, and how much they really mean to us. I would recommend this film to anyone, and anyone who has an interest in American History.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 21:47

Director Joe Wright's portrayal of LBJ's commitment to Vietnam War reform and Vietnam War presence in the presidential campaign of 1968 is both engrossing and affecting. The story is about a Vietnam War veteran, former President Lyndon Johnson, who found himself caught between his commitment to the Vietnam War and his support for anti-war presidential candidate Eugene McCarthy. The movie is based on Johnson's diary and photographs of himself and his son, Robert. The main story line is told through photos of Johnson and his son in various stages of their life. Johnson was a well-known proponent of the Vietnam War and LBJ's son, Robert, had served in the War. The father-son relationship is more effective when the dad is older than the son. It is interesting to note that Robert was the only child in the Johnson family who had no close ties to the war, although his father had served in the War. As Robert grew, he seemed to become a more discerning individual, but it was his brother who became more concerned about his brother's professional career. Robert was a Vietnam veteran, so it was no surprise that he would become more involved in the Vietnam War, and later in politics. In a couple of scenes in the movie, Johnson discusses how the war contributed to his decision to make the Vietnam War a non-military issue. But the most effective part of the movie was the interviews with Johnson's son and others who were there with him during the Vietnam War. The most striking scenes were the Vietnam War, Vietnam War veterans and those interviewed. Robert Johnson was a beloved icon and this movie served as a great opportunity to better understand the personal history of the nation's most prominent political figure.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 09:10

No, I don't know how to feel about this movie. The reviews I've read from people are generally negative, and that is understandable. I know some people liked the film, and I liked it too, but I cannot remember the last time I saw a film that gave me this much pleasure. My favorite scene in the film is when John is talking with Elton John in the bar. He tells him, "I'm a bad man, a nasty man." Elton John looks at John and says, "That's true." They both say, "We've always been bad men, we've always been nasty men." John, tears up and says, "That's what I've always been." Elton John says, "That's what I want to be." They laugh and say, "That's good!" It's wonderful. My only question is, if he never learned anything in school, why is he so good at telling jokes? I don't want to spoil the movie for those who haven't seen it, but I'll let you find out. I also really liked the character of Lenny, played by Orlando Jones. I think Jones is the most convincing of the four main leads, and it's nice to see a character that we see more of than the other guys. I'm not sure why the two side characters were so irritating, but I can't say I was as annoyed with the main characters as I was with them. I felt like the movie moved along at a good pace, and the film did not lose my interest at any point. There were very few scenes where I was rooting for one of the leads, but that doesn't mean the other three were bad actors. I thought they were all decent, especially Robert De Niro, who I've always liked, but he really does deserve a nomination for this. He's the star of the show, and you just know he's going to win every award. I also liked the end, which I won't spoil, but the movie ends with the same dialogue as it started with, but that makes the movie a lot better. Overall, I'm impressed. John Sayles did a great job with the film, and I thought the supporting cast did an outstanding job. People may think it's gimmicky, but it's very true. John Sayles really does have the style and the chops to make a great film, and he has it.

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