20th Century Women
Drama • R • 2016 • 1 hr 59 min
a slow but moving piece on motherhood and growing up. definitely an acquired taste but i enjoyed it.
This movie feels like a poem, a poem about life. Its very well written, i really enjoyed watching.
I love this film and I actually got my sister to watch it with me and she also fell in love. One of my absolute favorites
I felt like a was watching my own life, hard but boring and uninteresting. And I didn't like that the movie is basically about a boy.
Good movie and good actors. I forgot what happens though
It’s an enjoyable movie with heartwarming quality
Dare you to watch this with your mom and not cry.
A beautiful coming of age movie that captures late 70’s nostalgia in a great light. The women are thoughtfully written and very well cast
One of my favourite movies. The story focuses on the characters rather than the plot, although as people are complex,it is interesting.
Beautifully told story, lots to chew on in this with such an engaging story
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