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#lady bird
shewhotellsstories · 23 hours ago
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I really wish there were more stories where the MC with valid reasons for being angry at their lousy parents weren’t guilt tripped into forgiving them because their parents screwed them up too. In Lady Bird the mother is kind of absolved for her frequently toxic (telling her daughter she won’t amount to anything and she’ll end up in jail) behavior because her own mother was a physically abusive alcoholic. She did love her daughter and while not repeating patterns of addiction should be celebrated not being as bad as your parents were doesn’t let you off the hook for being as bad as you were towards your kids. She responds to her daughter wanting to go to school out of state by refusing to speak to her for a whole summer and then Lady Bird is the one tasked with being the bigger person and reaching out to her at the end of the movie. It just bugged me. 
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moonkinnie · a day ago
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ladybird would have loved lorde
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hulksmash-jr · a day ago
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“Even the tiniest things can be miracles.” ...🐞🐞🐞
#ladybug
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katieskrsgard · a day ago
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365 movies for every day of 2021
104/365: Lady Bird (2017) dir. Greta Gerwig
Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf, Tracy Letts, Lucas Hodges, Timothee Chalamet, Beanie Feldstein, Lois Smith and Stephen McKinley Henderson
In 2002, an artistically inclined seventeen-year-old girl comes of age in Sacramento, California
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aratificialmotivation · 2 days ago
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A male ladybird can spend up to four hours mating with a dead female before realizing they are dead.
link:- https://www.youtube.com/c/ArtificialMotivation
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wuthering-nina · 3 days ago
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happy birthday saoirse :)
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contemporaryjomarch · 3 days ago
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Happy birthday Sersh ✨🥺
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lesbiancosimaniehaus · 3 days ago
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I’ve been listening to the Lady Bird Johnson podcast and thinking about Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird. I’ve always been curious as to why GG settled on that name that her character wants to take on. I mean, she likes the glamour and the mystique it conveys, because her life feels unglamorous and... ordinary, really. But like, was it something to do with the actual Lady Bird? Looking at pictures of her, and her “beautification” efforts, she does have the kind of old money glamour that seems interesting and compelling when you want to Make A Name for yourself. Idk!
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film-shark · 3 days ago
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Happy Birthday to Saoirse Ronan.  At 27, she is such an accomplished actress!
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habitwithkidness · 3 days ago
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Did you watch ? it was a nice teen movie 🐦
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gaptoothbitchx · 3 days ago
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bedroom on scene
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film: lady bird, the virgin suicides, freaky friday, legally blonde, mean girls, thats 70s show, 10 things i hate about you, jennifers body, and lolita.
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anxiousdumpling · 3 days ago
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happy birthday saoirse ronan <3
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kevrocksicehouse · 3 days ago
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Saoirse Ronan, well into her second decade as a great actor, turns 27 today. A few of her films:
Briony Tallis in Atonement. D: Joe Wright (2007). Ronan was thirteen when she played a well-off child with literary ambitions and that precocity was key to this tragedy of a girl who thinks she sees a rape attempt and convinces herself that she cannot be wrong, even if it destroys three lives (her own among them). And the scene when she confronts her sister (Keira Knightley) and the man her sister loves (James McAvoy), the poignance of her desire to makes things right is accentuated by an epilogue (we believe she’ll grow into Vanessa Redgrave) that frames it as the desperation of youth remembered in the sadness of age.
Ellis Lacey in Brooklyn. D: John Crowley (2015). A simple story of a young woman who leaves the small mindedness of a small Irish village, journeys to Brooklyn, sets down roots, including a marriage to a young Italian-American plumber (Emory Cohen) and then returns for awhile. But Ronan floods the screen with emotion – you’ve never seen anyone torn between two worlds like this. Her performance draws us in and makes her indecision ours. It’s a masterpiece of empathy.
Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson in Lady Bird. D: Greta Gerwig (2017). If Ronan’s performance in Brooklyn was a study in self-possession, her Lady Bird is fueled by the formless anarchy of a smart, unsatisfied, insecure American girl’s adolescence, which she nails in a hilarious and moving portrayal. Whether she’s throwing herself out of a moving car to avoid talking to her mother or shutting down an anti-abortion speaker (“Listen if your mother had had the abortion we wouldn’t have to sit through this stupid assembly”) she catches the impulsiveness of wanting everything to happen right now. And when she’s finally on her way, Ronan makes it richer than merely ironic that she can’t stop looking back.
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