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Plot: Desperate to be rid of her toddler, a dissatisfied Beverly Hills housewife hires a stranger to babysit and ends up getting much more than she bargained for. Runtime: 111 mins Release Date: 29 Jul 2016
Beautifully made movie. Almost perfect! (by ArtAesthetics)
WOW! After a long time I saw a movie where I couldn't take my eyes or ears off a single frame.The story as such isn't anything new. Each character is something we've seen before. The magic of this movie is in the way the story is told. The dialog, the characters, the acting, the pauses, and the music all comes together in just the right amount of drama, never going overboard in this highly emotional story.It has brilliantly portrayed and written flawed characters. Ellen Page is simply phenomenal as Tallulah, a young woman living on the fringe with a golden heart but a messed up <more>
mind. Allison Janney as the scorned, sad, bitter wife also with a kind heart makes you feel for her. Tammy Blanchard as an unworthy mother, and a extremely flawed woman, yet with a good heart underneath manages to make you sympathetic towards her despite her apparently unforgivable flaws.Oh and how I LOVE Uzo Aduba! She steals her scenes in a small part. She's simply amazing.I also loved the end. It wasn't all hunky dory yet each character finds something worth fighting for and worth living for, despite their hopelessness.
Incredible, Heartwarming and touching (by maxjsberger)
I have always been scarce to rate a movie 10/10. However I can not describe how truly deserved that number is. I stumbled upon this movie very casually and came out devastated, touched and changed quite honestly. Now this may seem extreme and I share the passion of mocking others that take reviews to the next level , but this movie contains everything I love about movies and does so with ease. Let me start with Ellen Page. Wow. Ellen has always performed magnificently, but this movie in my humble opinion has defined her as an actress. Allison Jenny, destroyed my heart and plunged me into the <more>
character Margo that she took on so elegantly. Never before have I screamed, cried and laughed in a single scene, at the computer, then I did in a certain scene in 'Tallulah', thanks to Allison. I would seriously encourage any movie lover anywhere since it seriously is a movie for all , to watch this movie if they are in the mood to smile, laugh and cry. 'Tallulah' is a masterpiece and I would define it as an experience. An experience none should live without.
My wife and I both found this a small masterpiece.The writing is enchanting.The players are superb. Ellen Page never ceases to amaze. She is one very talented lady.Allison Jenney's work is always worth watching, never more so than in this flick.I found the Carolyn part played just a wee bit over the top.At a time when far too many movies are made for a young audience devoid of aesthetic sensibility, it's movies like this that rekindle love of film in the mature movie-goer.
Very touching (by Red_Identity)
I don't think the plot summary of this is anything truly original or unpredictable, but boy do the writers do it really well. They do a fine job of developing the central characters and do a good job of making us empathetic towards everyone, which is always important for a film like this. You have to find a certain balance where your characters' flaws come shining through very noticeably, but where their redeeming qualities also become more noticeable as the film goes on. In this case they do. The entire cast is quite strong, with Page, Janney, and Blanchard giving some really <more>
powerful work here. It's great to see them working at this capacity and all should receive at least some attention come awards season.
I just randomly picked up to see this film. One of the reasons - not a very good one, but hey - is that the name of the film is like one of Tori Amos' songs. The song is great and so is this movie. I must say that the beginning of it was not really promising up until she came to the hotel and actually entered the room of a woman and I was wondering if I chose the right film which means interesting one which is not boring and it is entertaining . Luckily it was great.What I liked the most is a simple story somewhat great characters all three women and a 'missing son' and <more>
really good relationships insights.I must say that I do not know any of the actors from any other films or series. They were all new to me and I think they all did a great job except that younger gay guy - who was not really convincing .What is missing in the film is maybe a better soundtrack or let's say a few more songs. All in all, quite a good one. Nine from me.
Oustanding performances, interesting story (by phd_travel)
The three leading ladies of this movie are good in their own ways. Firstly Tammy Blanchard is the Judy Davis of her generation - completely convincing as a mother who can't cope. Ellen Page is suited to her role as the vagabond title character Tallulah who takes her child. Alison Janney as Tallulah's boyfriend's mother is fascinating to watch.The story is quirky unique and involving. It's funny in pats and tense and has some insights about human relationships that haven't been shown on screen before. This is a very good indie movie and deserves some awards.
Ellen Page is excellent as the homeless young woman who kidnaps a baby. (by TxMike)
Much advertised and anticipated Netflix Original movie, it came available just yesterday.Set mostly in New York after she gets there, Ellen Page is Tallulah, and she usually just goes by Lu. We eventually learn that she had a difficult childhood which resulted in her not trusting others. She lives in her ratty van and cons or steals money and food to subsist. Or gets "leftovers" out of garbage cans. When her boyfriend starts talking about "love" and "marriage" and "having kids" she withdraws, tells him he can just leave if he doesn't like her <more>
position. He leaves during the night.Lu ends up in New York. We learn later through flashbacks that she had met her boyfriend two years earlier in Manhattan and she knew where his mother, an author and professor, lives. She also knows that you can usually find a decent breakfast in the hallway outside hotel rooms, from room service leftovers. There she is surprised by a half-dressed woman who needs to go somewhere, is obviously half drunk, and has a toddler with her. She mistakes Lu for housecleaning and asks her to come in, eventually giving her some money to help her dress and to watch the baby.All this eventually leads Lu to taking the baby, the mother obviously isn't fit to care for her, Lu is sympathetic, considering she had been abandoned, and she also sees it as a way to keep herself whole. She takes the baby to her boyfriend's mom's condo and tells her the baby is her granddaughter. Allison Janney is really good as the grandmother, Margo. But she has carved out her own space since her son just up and left two years earlier and wasn't in the mood to have a 20- something plus a baby stay with her.All of this creates a number of sticky and mostly humorous situations. Lu and Margo each has the effect of changing the other. Is it a comedy or a drama? I'd say a good dose of both, real life is that way isn't it? Of course all this can't last forever, the distraught mom wants her baby back, the cops get involved. Lou has to grow up and figure out a new path through life. None of the issues are resolved by the end. Viewers are able to imagine how everything will be resolved.My wife and I enjoyed the movie.
Enjoyed it a lot more than I first thought I would! (by Hellmant)
'TALLULAH': Four Stars Out of Five A Netflix original drama flick; about a homeless girl, that kidnaps the baby of a neglectful mother, and then bonds with the mother of her ex-boyfriend, who she turns to for help. The film stars Ellen Page, Allison Janney, Tammy Blanchard and Evan Jonigkeit it also features a cameo by Zachary Quinto . The movie was written and directed by first time feature filmmaker Sian Heder a veteran writer of the popular TV series 'ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK' . The film has received mostly positive reviews from critics, and Netflix viewers alike. I <more>
enjoyed it a lot more than I first thought I would.Tallulah Page and her boyfriend, Nico Jonigkeit , have been traveling, and living in their van, for years. When Nico suddenly leaves one day, and takes the couple's money with him, Tallulah goes to Nico's mother, Margo Janney , for help. When Margo wants nothing to do with her, Tallulah begins searching a nearby hotel for food and money . That's when a partying mother Blanchard hires Tallulah to babysit her young child. When the neglectful mom returns home wasted, and passes out after cursing at the child, Tallulah decides to take the baby. She turns to Margo for help, telling her it's Nico's child. The two reluctantly bond.The film's story seems odd, and I had doubts it would be that interesting especially after first starting the movie , but it actually turns out to be a pretty involving film. Page and Janney are both excellent in the leads, especially Page, and the characters are both extremely flawed but likable. Heder also seems to be a pretty awesome new filmmaker to watch out for; who seems to do a great job of writing women roles. After this, I'll definitely check out her next movie.Watch our movie review show 'MOVIE TALK' at: https://youtu.be/- KJTB5KGois
Tallulah has a dynamite cast and is engaging throughout. That is, until the ending.Ellen Page is great as the title character and often displays the wry, endearing humor that made Juno such a memorable film. Seeing her and Allison Janney together is a real treat. Both women are wonderful actors who exhibit powerful chemistry together.The premise is interesting, too. Is Tallulah justified in taking a baby from a drunken, unwilling mom? Perhaps. Although it's still kidnapping.Then comes the ending. I was very disappointed that so many questions went unanswered. It's like they ran out of <more>
time, just stopped filming and ran the credits. Who got the baby? What happened to Tallulah? Did she stay with Nico? The sloppy ending left me feeling unsatisfied and, frankly, cheated.