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If Beale Street Could Talk is a movie starring KiKi Layne, Stephan James, and Regina King. A young woman embraces her pregnancy while she and her family set out to prove her childhood friend and lover innocent of a crime he didn't...

Romance, Drama
Barry Jenkins
Regina King, KiKi Layne, Teyonah Parris, Stephan James

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Genres Romance, Drama
Director Barry Jenkins
Writer Barry Jenkins, James Baldwin
Stars Regina King, KiKi Layne, Teyonah Parris, Stephan James
Country USA
Also Known As ビール・ストリートの恋人たち, Si la colonia hablara, Si Beale Street pouvait parler, Gdyby ulica Beale umiała mówić, 藍色比爾街的沉默, Beale Street, Sepet nezne ulice, Se Esta Rua Falasse, Αν η οδός Μπιλ μπορούσε να μιλήσει, Ha a Beale utca mesélni tudna, Si la calle Beale hablase, Sokağın Dili Olsa, Ulica Beale, Se a Rua Beale Falasse, El blues de Beale Street, Beale street no koibitotachi, Šapat ulice, Se la strada potesse parlare, Jei Bylo gatve prabiltu
Runtime 1 h 59 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In early 1970s Harlem, daughter and wife-to-be Tish vividly recalls the passion, respect and trust that have connected her and her artist fiancé Alonzo Hunt, who goes by the nickname Fonny. Friends since childhood, the devoted couple dream of a future together, but their plans are derailed when Fonny is arrested for a crime he did not commit.

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Friday, 03 Jul 2020 19:09

The film deals with the relationship between young Bruce and his mother. The mother in the film is played by the amazing Frances McDormand. She is a mother of four, and although she's quite accomplished, she still struggles with the issues of love, loyalty and responsibility. The two boys play themselves, and you can see that their father is worried about them. They are certainly difficult children. As it gets later, they turn out to be quite wonderful. The two lead characters, Bruce and his older brother, aren't the normal type of brother. One is a committed alcoholic and one is a loser. You will learn more about their childhood relationships as the movie progresses. The message of the film is that love is universal, but the word "universal" doesn't mean universal results. There's no "universal" outcome to love, but universal love can lead to a better life and happier kids. The message is much better than most Hollywood films, because the message is more universal than the results. The result is not about the result, but about the journey that love takes you on. You will also learn more about the actual reasons behind why people do bad things. You'll see that sometimes love can get the better of a person. There are so many things about this film that are wonderful, but one is the fact that the film is not on a Hollywood scale. It's all filmed in a beautiful and exciting style. I love the shots of New York City. The location of the film is one of the greatest parts of the film. I would like to go see the film again. I'm already planning my next visit. I'm very impressed with the director's vision. I also loved the music. I have never heard it before and I loved it. I'm going to buy the soundtrack. It has that kind of music that makes you feel like you're in the scene. That's the type of music I like. I'm not going to go into the plot of the film. I'm going to let you read the plot from the IMDb.com story. It is very good. There is an amazing cast of actors. You may remember Michael Caine from "The Shawshank Redemption". He played the prison guard who comes to prison to meet his son, who is a nurse. There's another wonderful cast from "The Shawshank Redemption", which I won't mention. I think the actors are really good and very believable. The actors that play the kids are also good. I'm glad that I found this movie at a Blockbuster in the $4 section.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 16:47

Beale Street Could Talk (1991) is a wonderfully crafted film, and definitely a film worth seeing. It may not be one of the best films of the 90's, but I would definitely say that it is one of the best films of the year. The film starts off with a woman, Cara Delevingne, who has been sent to prison, and has been released, after spending a couple years in solitary confinement, while the media makes her the center of the attention. She is married, and she is now pregnant. She and her husband, Hugh Grant, are leaving the country, and she wants to see her child for the first time. She meets an American man, Bill Paxton, who has left the country, and is now living with his wife and daughter in their country home. She decides to stay with Bill, and he tells her that he is going to be at her baby's first birthday party, and will be going on his honeymoon. He is excited, and is soon on his honeymoon. When she arrives at his house, he asks her what she wants to do, and she states that she does not want to go to Europe, she wants to go back to America, and spend the day with her son, Bill. He agrees, and they move to his country home. The next day, she meets her son, William Paxton, who is not that happy about having her in his house, but she feels that it is what is best for him. He says that he has missed her, and asks her to wait until he is at his honeymoon. She soon finds that she does not like having to watch him for the first time, and she decides to go out, and stay with someone else, even though she is pregnant. She says that she is going to visit Bill's family, and take a day trip to Italy, but, Bill doesn't want her to go. She decides to go anyway, and goes to a restaurant, and they have dinner together. She then goes to a music festival, and she is spotted by a man, Sean Penn, who had just married his girlfriend, and the two have a conversation that turns out to be really interesting. She tells him that she is pregnant, and he tells her that he will be taking her to see the baby, who is due on the 25th. He is very excited, and they go to see the baby, and she is delighted to see her baby. She then goes to meet her husband, Hugh Grant, and tells him that she is pregnant, and he is happy for her. She then gives birth to their son, William Paxton. Hugh is not happy, but, he knows that they will be seeing their child again, and he does not want to let her go. They leave together, and the baby is born. After the ceremony, the baby is moved to a new home, and the two go back to the country. The next day, Bill and her husband get a visit from her new friend, Chris Cooper, who tells them that he is going to be marrying his fiancee, Christine Hamilton. He is very excited about the idea, but, he is unsure about the ceremony, and is still upset about the baby, and goes with her. The next day, Bill and her husband go to the hospital
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 09:29

Cameron Crowe made a classic in "The Ladykillers" and in "Bugsy". Here, he takes on a more traditional, often archaic narrative structure. However, Crowe takes on a more contemporary subject - that of teen-aged drug-using teens. However, the tone is more contemporary, and the film is not a celebration of the rebellious nature of youth, but rather the trendiness and the joy of youthful sex. This might sound offensive, but when I first saw "Bugsy" at a drive-in theater, I laughed at the young ladies in the theater and at myself for laughing at the "raunchy" and "bums on seats" scenes. These are not the most mature subjects for an adult filmmaker. "Bugsy" is the first film of Crowe's to be for teens and that's a rare feat in itself. This movie is a prime example of how "street" films should be made - and how Crowe succeeds in capturing the experience of the teens in the movie. From the descriptions and soundtrack, you can tell that Crowe was using these elements to convey a real story about the adolescent experience. If you can't relate to the "bugsy" characters, then this is not the film for you. The characters are likable, the characters act in a manner that is consistent with reality, and Crowe keeps his audience interested in the action. All the characters are played by actors who were also teenagers in the 1980s. This is what makes the film so great and original. Most teen films are basically B-movies that are watered down with the same messages. "Bugsy" is definitely worth checking out.
Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 12:46

This is a nice story about the nature of addiction, how an addict copes with it, and why someone can choose to follow their addiction without turning into another bad drug-taking monster. The acting is terrific. Jack O'Connell is superb as a drug-addicted kid with a strong moral compass. As a teenager, that makes him a lot more appealing to the audience. The film explores the addictive nature of addiction, from the point of view of the addict. You get to know the addict, and the moral dilemmas that plague him. It also shows the effect of the addict coping with the addiction, from the point of view of his loved ones. As a movie, it's good, but it's more of a character study. You never really know what's going on in the characters' heads. It's interesting how the screenwriter shows that people can do horrible things for the sake of saving their loved ones. I especially liked the way the addicts coped with the habit, even if it was to the point of causing death. I was fascinated by the duality of the addict coping with the addiction. That duality is important, because it's a way of showing that there is a good and bad side to addiction. It's also a way of showing how some people do what they do to their loved ones, because of the guilt of having to go through what they do. This duality is also important because it's a way of showing that addiction can go both ways. The drug-addicted kid is really good at his job. The way he copes with his addiction is good, too. The story is a good one, and the ending is realistic. It's a good story, and it's well told. You should definitely watch this movie.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 03:10

Beale Street Could Talk is a very interesting and original film. Although it is mainly a drama about an estranged family who have moved from Brooklyn to Queens, the story is actually based on a true story about the struggle of a successful, rich, socially conscious writer, Abe Vigoda (Lance Henrikson), who would like to immigrate to the United States, and his family's personal and social problems. The film's title refers to a street in Brooklyn which is frequented by the family of the writer. The story is set in Queens, and a glimpse at a Brooklyn neighborhood shows that both families have their own set of problems. Vigoda is interested in immigrating to the United States, and his family tries to deal with the problems and financial difficulties of being a millionaire. Vigoda has been unable to find work in his new, large, and busy, Manhattan apartment, so he must look for work in his old neighborhood. While he is in this neighborhood, he meets a young, beautiful woman (Ruth Negga) who loves to drink. She convinces Vigoda to take her to the Bronx for a night out. When he arrives, he gets the impression that he is going to be living with an old woman. After all, they are only a few blocks from each other. Vigoda and his wife try to make amends with the woman, but it does not work. The two become friends, and he tries to find a job and get back on his feet. He does not want to move out, and realizes that he has to leave the Brooklyn neighborhood to be able to work and support his family. Vigoda has to do something with his life, and must choose between leaving the neighborhood and being able to support his family. The film is a very funny and original story. It is well done. It also shows the struggle that a rich, successful writer must deal with when he moves to the United States. The film is very well-made and well-written, with a very good cast. Also, the acting is very good, as well. The only negative I have is that I do not think it was a very good movie. The ending of the film was a bit abrupt and abrupt. The film has a very good plot, and I think it is worth seeing.

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