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Last updated 03/13/2017 at 4:10pm

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Two young hopefuls in the city of lights, waiting for their big break. Stone wants to be an actress, and manages to find work on the Warner Brothers lot, but only as a barista. Gosling is a jazz musician who keeps getting fired from fancy restaurants because he can't help but stray from the standards. La La Land is somehow more than the sum of its parts. It casts a very particular spell, and I was entranced by it.

La La Land

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La La Land

"La La Land" seems to barely exist as a movie. It is so light and breezy, so stocked with nostalgia and whimsy, dream sequences, and references to other movies; it feels like it might be that one movie everyone thinks they saw that never actually existed. Was that even real, or did I dream it?

If it was real, it starred Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, two young hopefuls in the city of lights, waiting for their big break. Stone wants to be an actress, and manages to find work on the Warner Brothers lot, but only as a barista. Gosling is a jazz music...



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