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(Ratings: 3.5/5 Star – 520 Votes)

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Its a Romantic Drama Movie Watch 2019 Judy Free Movie Online, A person’s addiction doesn’t define them. Director, Rupert Goold would have the audience believe otherwise. Without the highs there’s no context for the lows. Zellweger’s lips were over here, but the song was over there.

Cast and Crew:

Romantic Judy Movie Full Cast:
Renée Zellweger
Finn Wittrock
Jessie Buckley
Rufus Sewell
Michael Gambon
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End of the Rainbow by Peter Quilter

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Watch full Judy Movie online. Considering she sang the songs herself, with a fraction of the range of Garland’s remarkable voice, (even at this late time in her life), one would have hoped Renee could have lip synced in time with herself. If you knew little about Judy Garland before, you’ll understand even less after.

Most reviewers have mainly focused on Renee Zellweger. But this was not a one woman show. Some of the supporting cast was so wooden that they must have clear cut an entire forest e.g. Darci Shaw. Not only does she not resemble a young MGM Judy in appearance, she doesn’t channel the character’s mannerisms.

This is largely due to the lack of good casting and directing. Same can be said about the contrived one dimensional clip board hugging studio assistant, barking orders at little Judy to take her pills, or denying her food. So undeveloped is her character, she doesn’t even warrant a name within the film. A chain is no stronger than its weakest link. And the weak links in this film are plenty.


With more effort, sense and sensibility, it should have been possible to cast more life-like actresses to play Lorna and Liza. Or at the very least, resemble them in some way, shape or form. They should have been more developed integral parts in this film, as they were in Judy’s real life. A haircut or eyeliner, in the case of the portrayal of Liza, doesn’t make the character. We’re talking about Liza Minnelli. Larger than life, herself! Dazzling, talented, truly unique, and an accomplished performer, at that time in her own right.

The director and actress Gemma-Leah Devereux show her as an average unremarkable person. Liza is like lightning in a bottle, not a can of flat gingerale. One only needs to watch the 1964 concert of Judy and Liza at The London Palladium to see the electricity, love, pride and devotion these two had toward each other. You’ll see none of that here. I read Mickey Dean’s book about his life with Judy.

Though their time together was short, they were together until the end, in love and with all that entails, still living in their apartment where she died. The film however, shows them having one fight implying she walked out on him for good. ON A POSITIVE NOTE: Zellweger’s acting in the role of Judy, is a solid performance, portraying the humour, pathos of Garland.

She, along with the make-up, hair and costume department got the physical appearance and mannerisms right. The singing, not even close. Set design and art direction was excellent, reflecting the period perfectly.

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I’m stating now for the record Renee Zellweger will definitely be nominated for an Best Actress Oscar next year (& if there are no real contenders will win) in this pic focusing on the last few months of Judy Garland’s life. she had to take on a number of dates performing in England to make money in hopes to reunite w/her two children back home in the States.

Sprinkled liberally throughout the film we see flashbacks of when Judy was under Louis B. Mayer’s tyrannical thumb who kept her pilled up w/diet supplements & the like while she worked outrageous hours & the studio kept tabs on every aspect of her fledgling career.

Zellweger captures the look & feel of Garland & does sing when required (even though she doesn’t reach Garland like notes she imbues the performances w/an aura of Garland rather than an exact representation). Her love life is shown to be a shambles when she meets & later weds her fourth younger husband (Finn Wittrock) hoping for some financial stability (he claims he’s a great idea man but the truth is he becomes more of the same kind of disappointment she’s endured for most of her romantic life).

The few bright spots comes from her befriending of a gay couple (who seem to make it to most of her performances) which allows Zellweger to let down her guard & be a normal person probably for the first time in a long while. Able support is given by Rufus Sewell who plays her third husband, Michael Gambon as the owner of the Brit venue her concerts take place at & Jessie Buckley as Garland’s assistant.

Public Remarks:

Whether you enjoy this film largely depends on how you deal with the Zellweger Paradox. Despite a strong and empathic performance – particularly when she impressively works through some of the Garland classic musical standards and truly lifts the movie, ultimately you do however have the elephant in the room to contend with.
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Movie Conclusion:

Judy Is BAFTA Winning Film And It Worth Watching And Is About At the outset, Judy Garland is 14 years old and is being told by her studio manager, Louis B. Mayer, that she has a gift other girls do not have. Judy’s talent at singing is nearly unmatched while she is able to surpass the success of Shirley Temple as a Hollywood child star.

Judy is then shown in her forties, performing with her two children from her marriage to Sidney Luft, her third husband. Later, Judy and her son and daughter try to check into their hotel, but are turned away for previous nonpayment. Because of this, Judy is forced to return home to Luft, who has since divorced Judy. At a party, Judy meets Mickey Deans, a nightclub owner, and they become close friends.

In a flashback to Judy’s teenage years with Mickey Rooney, her studio minder interrupts a date to give Judy amphetamines to help control her appetite.

She complains about being fed with pills to help her meet her schedule demands. Back to London in 1969, she is performing again and starts to sing the “Clang, clang, clang…” lyrics to “The Trolley Song” to strong applause. Judy meets two adoring gay fans at the stage door on her way out and joins them for a late-night snack at their apartment.

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