La La Land (2016)

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La La Land (2016)

Comedy | Drama | Romance
7.9 / 10
Release Date
29 November 2016
2 : 8 minutes
Spoken Language
Mia, an aspiring actress, serves lattes to movie stars in between auditions and Sebastian, a jazz musician, scrapes by playing cocktail party gigs in dingy bars, but as success mounts they are faced with decisions that begin to fray the fragile fabric of their love affair, and the dreams they worked so hard to maintain in each other threaten to rip them apart.

Cast Overview :

Sebastian Wilder
by: Ryan Gosling
Mia Dolan
by: Emma Stone
by: John Legend
Laura Wilder
by: Rosemarie DeWitt
by: J.K. Simmons
Famous Actress
by: Amiée Conn
by: Terry Walters
Coffee Spiller
by: Thom Shelton
Casting Director
by: Cinda Adams
by: Callie Hernandez
by: Jessica Rothe
by: Sonoya Mizuno
by: Claudine Claudio
by: Jason Fuchs
80's singer
by: D.A. Wallach
by: Trevor Lissauer
by: Olivia Hamilton
by: Anna Chazelle
by: Marius De Vries
Greg Earnest
by: Finn Wittrock
by: Josh Pence
Josh's Fiance
by: Nicole Coulon
by: Damon Gupton
by: Christopher Michael Stevens
by: Keith Harris
by: Kaveh Rastegar
Echo Backup Singer
by: Briana Lee
by: David Douglas
by: Miles Anderson
Photographer's Assistant
by: Bobo Chang
Mrs. Dolan
by: Meagen Fay
by: John Hindman
Amy Brandt
by: Valarie Rae Miller
Amy Brandt's Assistant
by: Nicole Wolf
New Barista
by: Corrin Evans
New Coffee Shop Manager
by: Kiff VandenHeuvel
by: Tom Everett Scott
by: Hemky Madera
by: Zoë Hall
by: Dempsey Pappion
Dream Audience
by: Sandra Rosko
Traffic Dancer - Girl #1
by: Reshma Gajjar
Traffic Dancer - Girl #2
by: Candice Coke
Traffic Dancer - 1st Man
by: Hunter Hamilton
Traffic Dancer - 2nd Man
by: Damian Gomez
Traffic Dancer - Conductor
by: Amanda Balen
Traffic Dancer
by: Cindera Che
Traffic Dancer
by: Chris Moss
Traffic Dancer
by: Marissa Labog
Traffic Dancer
by: Tiffany Daniels
Traffic Dancer
by: Melinda Sullivan
Traffic Dancer
by: Britt Stewart
Traffic Dancer
by: Clarice Ordaz
Traffic Dancer
by: Nathan Prevost
Hollywood Party Dancer - Creepy Guy
by: Scott Hislop
Hollywood Party Dancer
by: Kc Monnie
Hollywood Party Dancer
by: Krystal Ellsworth
Hollywood Party Dancer
by: Sarah Mitchell
Hollywood Party Dancer
by: Morgan Larson
Restaurant Dancer
by: Becca Sweitzer
Restaurant Dancer
by: Gakenia Muigai
Restaurant Dancer
by: Michael Stein
Restaurant Dancer
by: Mario Diaz
Epilogue Dancer
by: Julie Schmid
Epilogue Dancer
by: Lexie Contursi
Epilogue Dancer
by: Eartha Robinson
Epilogue Dancer
by: Sybil Azur
Epilogue Dancer
by: Tara Nicole Hughes
Epilogue Dancer
by: Kayla Kalbfleisch
Epilogue Dancer
by: Martha Nichols
Epilogue Dancer
by: Anthony Marciona
Epilogue Dancer
by: Bill Prudich
Epilogue Dancer
by: Ryan Novak
Epilogue Dancer
by: Demian Boergadine
Epilogue Dancer
by: Gustavo Vargas
Angry Neighbor
by: Robert Haynes
Young Actress (uncredited)
by: Ana Flavia Gavlak
Coffee Shop Customer (uncredited)
by: Andres Perez-Molina
Jazz Club Patron (uncredited)
by: Phillip E. Walker
Coffee Shop Customer #2 (uncredited)
by: Milica Govich
Producer's Girlfriend (uncredited)
by: Kaye L. Morris
Coffee Shop Customer (uncredited)
by: Nilla Elizabeth Watkins
Kissing Couple (uncredited)
by: Holly Houk
Kissing Couple (uncredited)
by: Jesse Houk
Coffee Shop Customer (uncredited)
by: Kristin Slaysman
Jazz Club Patron (uncredited)
by: Cameron Brinkman
Nathan (uncredited)
by: Jordan Ray Fox
Espresso Coffee Shop Customer (uncredited)
by: Caroline Jaden Stussi
Jazz Club Goer (uncredited)
by: Margaret Newborn
Club Patron (uncredited)
by: Nadia Tumanova
Audition Actress (uncredited)
by: Crystal Nichol
Audition Actress (uncredited)
by: Kristin Elliott
Casting Assistant (uncredited)
by: Andrea Lareo
Cowboy (uncredited)
by: Christopher Aber
Publicist (uncredited)
by: Anna Lunberry
Hollywood Starlet (uncredited)
by: Courtney Hart
Hollywood Starlet (uncredited)
by: Shannon Leann
Waitress (uncredited)
by: Jenna Curtis
Young Man (uncredited)
by: Noah James
Kissing Couple (uncredited)
by: Tommy Cooley
Kissing Couple (uncredited)
by: Morgan Cohen
Freeway Truck Musician (uncredited)
by: Jeremy Nathan Tisser
Casting Director (uncredited)
by: Patty Tobin
Young Man's Date (uncredited)
by: Heather Turman
Jazz Club Patron (uncredited)
by: Susie Ganiere
Swing Dancer (uncredited)
by: Ottavio Taddei
Audition Girl (uncredited)
by: April Martucci
Sailor (uncredited)
by: Trent Kerpsack
Jazz Club Patron (uncredited)
by: Lynn Moore
Coffee Guy (uncredited)
by: Vince Donvito
Moviegoer (uncredited)
by: Steffen Dziczek
Waiter (uncredited)
by: Melvin LaThomas Brimm
Bubblegum Girl (uncredited)
by: Kelly Kennedy
Lighthouse Bass Player (uncredited)
by: Clarence Robinson
Jazz Club Guitar Player (uncredited)
by: Dapo Torimiro
Barista (uncredited)
by: Destinee Handly
Extra - Robert Evans (uncredited)
by: Tommy Otis
Red Head Actress (uncredited)
by: Amanda Fields
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
by: Frederick Keeve
Street dance (uncredited)
by: Kayla Bechor
Epilogue Dancer
by: Robert Roldan

Member Reviews :

"To me, _La La Land_ is like religion. I see the appeal, and I would never take it away from anyone. But I would also never stand in line for it." - Jeff WInger, probably. _Final rating:★★½ - Not quite for me, but I definitely get the appeal._
A very special, memorable film that will be iconic in the years to come.
  🌹 Rose
This is definitely not a movie that I would have chosen to watch all by myself which perhaps explain why I thought it was just surprisingly okay to watch. However my girlfriend absolutely wanted to watch it so I got it. As it turned out my girlfriend had only gone by the number of Oscars and not really looked up what kind of movie it actually was so in the end I was enjoying the movie a lot more than she did. This movie is pretty much a quite classical Hollywood musical with a non too original story, nice music and dancing. In addition the cinematography is simply excellent. This is the strong point of this movie. The rest of the movie is of lesser interest to me but the cinematography is really, really good. The scene, pictured on the movie poster, were Mia and Sebastian dances and everything in the scene are dark blue tones except Mia’s bright yellow dress is so simple and yet so beautiful. Everything else about this movie is…okay. Okay acting, okay story etc. As I wrote before this is really not my kind of movie so forgive me for not being overly enthusiastic. I am sure those into these kind of movies cannot understand how anyone can give it less than a full set of stars but hey, different tastes and all that. I cannot make up my mind about ending. On one hand I am a sucker for happy endings which this one falls a wee bit short on. On the other hand I have to commend the writer/director for not taking the path of least resistance and instead putting together something a wee bit different. I did feel that a part of the movie was missing though. I would have liked to see the parts where Mia and Sebastian actually fulfilled their respective dreams. Jumping fast forward to the ending like the movie did felt a bit like they either ran out of money or they manage to misplace half the story! Anyway, I enjoyed the movie more than I thought I would.
  Per Gunnar Jonsson
**They'd crossed each others life while chasing their dreams.** I am not a big fan of modern musical films. So I was not expecting it to be a great or worst. The film opened with a song that I was not happy, because I did not like the verse or the music. And again to say, the modern timeline does not suit for the musical theme, unless it is a fantasy or an Indian film. The best part of the film was, those song fades away as the film progresses. But I kind of liked the drama/story part and the climax track with the quick flashback (kind of). Till that scene I was considering it an average film, but that one scene changed my stance. So, now I think it is a good film, but winning 6 Oscars, I don't know it deserved that. Yes, the director is known for making music and musical film, but he has not made many. He's young and so his career. Yep, I loved 'Whiplash'. One of my all time favourite. If that film had won 10 Oscars, I would have not surprised at all. After that flick, the people were anticipating, to exceed that success in this film. As it was received, no doubt for those people it was a different flick, but not for me. Especially if you watch lots of Indian films. By the way the film characters were nice, and so the story, but not the songs. Gosling and Stone were performed well. The chemistry between them was great. The narration was going decently until the end, which reminded me 'Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya' ending that I was not happy about, yet something different than usual. Sometimes I am okay with cliché than this kind of conclusion, just to bring a change in storytelling. Overall an enjoyable film, most people would love it. Some like me would say it is a decent flick, but there's always a few who would never favour it. Yet worth a watch. _7/10_