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10 January 2020

La La Land

Mount Martha

La La Land

Running time

128 minutes

Release date

2016

Genre

Drama, Romance, Music

Revisit the dazzling 2016 masterpiece. A huge hit with audiences and critics, La La Land is an exhilarating, music-filled romance starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.
In modern day Los Angeles, two ambitious artists who fall in love – one a dedicated
musician, the other an aspiring actress – chase their dreams and discover the joy and
heartbreak of risking it all for your passion. Daring, enchanting and moving, La La Land re-invents the Hollywood classic for a new age, creating the kind of movie magic that will soar under the stars and send you into the night on a high.

Winner of 6 Oscars

 

Doors open

6:00 pm

Film starts

8:45 pm

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Reviews

La La Land breathes new life into a bygone genre with thrillingly assured direction, powerful performances, and an irresistible excess of heart.
La La Land breathes new life into a bygone genre with thrillingly assured direction, powerful performances, and an irresistible excess of heart.

91% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes

91% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes

Easy on the eyes and tough on the heart, La La Land is a film I could watch again and again.
Easy on the eyes and tough on the heart, La La Land is a film I could watch again and again.

Matthew Toomey ABC Radio Brisbane

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Matthew Toomey ABC Radio Brisbane

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The film's opening sequence is jaw-droppingly wonderful.
The film's opening sequence is jaw-droppingly wonderful.

4.5/5 David Stratton The Australian

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4.5/5 David Stratton The Australian

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The extended final sequence takes everything that has occurred and remakes it so that happiness seemingly lasts for both a few perfect moments and many years. It's incandescent and heartbreaking at the same time.
The extended final sequence takes everything that has occurred and remakes it so that happiness seemingly lasts for both a few perfect moments and many years. It's incandescent and heartbreaking at the same time.

5/5 Craig Mathieson The Sunday Age

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5/5 Craig Mathieson The Sunday Age

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