A Star is Born Movie Review



A Star is Born Movie Review today! Beyond The Trailer’s reaction & review of the 2018 remake! Lady Gaga! Bradley Cooper! Oscars?!

A Star is Born Movie Review today! Beyond The Trailer host Grace Randolph’s reaction & review of the 2018 movie starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper! Is this remake of A Star is Born as good as the previous three?! How is the soundtrack including Shallow? Should you see the full movie? Enjoy A Star is Born in 2018 and be sure to make Beyond The Trailer your first stop for movie and entertainment news here on YouTube today!

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CHAPTER TIMES
4th Version – 00:00
Cooper’s Changes – 1:25
Too Long – 3:00
Heart of the Film – 3:20
Bradley Cooper – 3:33
Lady Gaga – 4:17
Pop Commentary – 5:27
Live Concert – 5:57
Music – 6:42
Oscar Contender? – 7:41
#MeToo – 8:57
Conclusion – 10:54

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  • Me coming back to this after the Oscar win & success of the soundtrack after the critiques you made Lololol

    Daenerys was just Remodeling February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Couldn't disagree more about Gaga's character.

    Aun The Geek February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • I watched 15 seconds of this trailer and i tapped out

    cody bolo February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • As someone who is in awe of Lady Gaga's talent, I don't think she's as perturbed by the commentary on the modern pop music business as do you. I think she appreciates how the filthy fakery produced by most who run it gets in between artists, their audiences and ultimately the music.

    And now that it's 2019, the pound me too hysteria has thankfully run its course. Not every one night stand (or really, morning after) is problematic, and it's perfectly okay to be romantic with someone even if your relationship might evolve into a professional one.

    Erin Freize February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Grave shsre is the spoiler review? Did u make it private?

    DaleyDale February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • You should watch aashique 2

    Prasad Jagtap February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • best song is pretty woman by roy orbison

    George Ducas February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Are you seriously me-tooing a fictional character in a love story? The film is nuanced and brilliant, but you'll never truly appreciate it until you escape the shallow yourself.

    Michael Simpson February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • I’m probably the only person on the planet who didn’t like this movie at all!

    Ashleigh Bazely February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Wow watched it today and ironically I'm hearing impaired mildly in both ears, i couldn't make out the dialog and i couldn't figure out captions on my dvd so i didn't know the Manager was his brother ?

    Family & Life Too February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Hollywood blah blah blah

    Jesse 1437 February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • >my seat throbbed

    tell me more please. in detail.

    tom thumb February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Hey Grace this movie is directly derivative to 2013 Bollywood movie Ashiqui 2, only difference is alcoholic and druggist.

    Pramod Kharat February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Grace, where's the spoiler review?

    M. L. February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Nice review

    surya prakash February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Gaga gave me a Debra Winger Urban Cowboy vibe in this movie. The Shallow scene was absolutely done perfect!

    rhoadnaroahs February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • I really like how they both sing a song she just wrote that day, that he's heard once, and were able to harmonize and guess the lyrics on the first try. Can't you admit this is a remake of a remake or a remake.

    alg11297 February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Give Sam Elliott props. I never seen his acting like that

    John Arevalo February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Bradley deserves an Oscar

    Rorschach 6666 February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • What the fuck are you talking about with any of this?

    nickyboy22071989 February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Did you watch the same movie I did??? You are way way off on your review!!!

    BigDog February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • Goddamn I can’t find an honest review of this movie…

    Dan Nardozza February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • I enjoyed your review and agreed with you on most points. My only strong disagreement with you is about the quality of the songs and music in this film. However, based on the way you expressed your thoughts I got the impression that maybe you aren’t heavily invested in the broad music scene today. IMO, these songs…all original and written specifically for this film by Gaga, Cooper, Mark Ronson and Lukas Nelson (son of Willie Nelson)…all contribute to the storyline which was their purpose. Bradley only used a portion of the songs they wrote, performed live and recorded in the studio for the soundtrack those songs which supported and furthered the story.

    I understand that it seemed too long to you but considering that Bradley edited down from the original 7 hours to only 2 and a half without negatively impacted the strength of the various threads of the story I believe it is a manageable and pleasurable length to experience, immerse yourself in and saw very few moments that I felt were wasted.

    Thanks for your very thoughtful, well organized and obviously knowledgeable, honest review! I appreciated very much that you presented arguments to support your points rather than the alt-too-frequent reviews I see here of people just stating either how wonderful or horrible they thought a movie was without any real justification to consider their opinion as valid and worthy of consideration.

    Tanya Stewart February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • normal people knew that hollywood is full of weirdos and pedos since forever, so why this metoo people make it sound that it's a new discovery or something !? you go to hollywood you get fucked, deal with it or stay home

    A.D.S.F February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply
  • I freaking loved the bathroom scene. She knew no one was there. I have known women that would totally do that. I didn't think of the length, but after the intense ending….yeah I wont be watching it again soon. I had never seen the originals so…I thought the sad ending was gonna be him getting messed up and not showing up or maybe messing her show. Then they would break up forever, I had no idea,…I was angry, really felt her when she punched the glass in the hall.

    Danielle Bethune February 7, 2020 1:03 pm Reply

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