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a star is born review the good: one of the most obvious highlights of this film is the impeccable onscreen chemistry that both bradley cooper and lady gaga share. their performances appeared to be so natural that one could easily mistake it to be that of improvisation. both actors were able to share the screen in such a way that neither negates the other’s presence. instead they equally elevate each other to the point that when one is not on screen, you may end up feeling the other’s absence on screen. i really loved how both characters were able to be juxtaposed with each in such a way to tell both of their stories simultaneously. nevertheless, they both gave great performances in their own right too, and i wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if both cooper and gaga are nominated for best actor/actress awards. the bad: the only knock i’d have against this film is that it does feel pretty long. it’s 2 hrs and 15 mins, and given the heavy drama throughout the film, you feel those full two hours. however, this is a trade-off because the movie makes up for that time with some good emotional payoffs. so take that however you will. full review: http://www.themovieblog.com/2018/10/a-star-is-born-review/ #bradleycooper #ladygaga #astarisborn #astarisbornmovie #ladygaga #mothermonster#pawsup #littlemonster #bornthisway#thefame #thefamemonster #joanne #artpop#astarisborn

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