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Star Is Born, A

MPAA Rating: R
Currently in Theaters
Theater Release: 10/5/2018



Co-Stars Shine in Revamped Musical - By James Colt Harrison
The new Bradley Cooper-directed A Star Is Born is NOT the 1954 Judy Garland A Star Is Born. This version doesn’t seem to have any connection to the Garland version. In that excellent production, James Mason played fading film star Norman Maine. Ms. Garland played Vicky... MORE >>

Fantastic Stars and Wonderful Songs - By Frank Wilkins
Throughout A Star is Born, Bradley Cooper’s character growls out the lyrics “Maybe it’s time to let the old ways die” with a crooning intimacy that lays the familiar groundwork for what’s at play in his film about two stars passing in the night;... MORE >>



                                                                                                                                                                               
 
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