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Summary: In 1950s Ireland and New York, young Ellis Lacey has to choose between two men and two countries. (imdb)

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Brooklyn belongs to 52 collections
1. Academy Award - Oscar - Best Picture and Nominees (public: moderated by smviper00 - 27 stars)
2. Films available in HD (public: moderated by kubricksucks - 11 stars)
4. Based On A Book (public: moderated by Spunkie - 4 stars)
5. BBC's The 21st Century's 100 Greatest Films (public: moderated by jeff_h - 2 stars)
6. 1950s period film (public: moderated by djross - 1 star)
7. 88th Academy Award Nominations (public: moderated by Johnny Mo - 1 star)
8. New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress (public: moderated by Cuculiza)
9. Sundance 2015 - Premieres (public: moderated by chemical404)
10. 35th İstanbul Film Festival (public: moderated by cambel)
11. Oscar 2016 (public: moderated by temper114)
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Jan 19 khcustom
90T8
Jan 17 Quimbo Quimbo
76T6
Jan 16 maroline maroline
65T4
Jan 15 timtight
92T6
Jan 14 itsirc itsirc
71T8
Jan 14 mjbreuer
70T4
Jan 13 Panicbeach
40T4
Jan 12 gdconde
77T8
Jan 11 Winterboy
93T6
Jan 11 BangingOn Banging_On
85T9
Jan 11 taxidriver7
50T5
Jan 10 KaraLove
9T5
Jan 09 BhcKEy
91T5
Jan 08 ptravers2
7T8
Can Eilis really go home again? Can any of us? That's the question that courses through this probing, passionate film. Is home where the heart is, or is it vice versa? In a grown-up world, love gets complicated with responsibility. Brooklyn is easily the year's best and most beguiling love story. The surprise is that it also goes deeper, sadder and truer.
Jan 07 kevin6hart
80T3
Jan 07 aormist
93T7
Jan 06 ComradeSolar ComradeSolar
75T6
Jan 06 vladeckk
60T4
Jan 04 ucanteyyare
81T6
Jan 03 Velvet
75T4
Jan 03 mikeparasol
83T7
Jan 01 H4nGN6
90T8
Jan 01 Lemonade Lemonade
70T8
Dec 31, 2016 cweng50 cweng50
85T8
Dec 30, 2016 owl89135
8T6
Dec 30, 2016 Noturna Noturna
85T7
Dec 30, 2016 rdamir82
85T6
Dec 30, 2016 smellyjoe
80T6
Dec 29, 2016 michaelducks
66T9
Dec 29, 2016 Kazeka
91T7
Dec 27, 2016 pattigrzyb pattigrzyb
86T8
Dec 25, 2016 reisdesantis
92T8
Dec 25, 2016 Akn_M Akın M.
70T2
Dec 23, 2016 Masoudmalek Masoudmalek
80T6
Dec 23, 2016 Saynazare Saynazare
85T9
Dec 23, 2016 auhasarderik auhasarderik
9T9
Sensitive, warm love story about immigrant struggle; not too smart or insightful, but characters are rightly observed, production is careful and emotion earned.
Dec 23, 2016 Fillmore
72T5
Dec 18, 2016 RealMacgyver RealMacgyver
90T10
Right in the feels
Dec 18, 2016 omeraksy omeraksy
60T4
Dec 18, 2016 zurrenarh
45T4
Dec 11, 2016 kough33 kough33
63T4
Dec 11, 2016 ezgiozk ezgiozk
89T3
Dec 11, 2016 El_Guapo El Guapo
65T7
Dec 11, 2016 charlotte22 charlotte22
80T8
Dec 09, 2016 cet1412
70T6
Dec 09, 2016 kendellhouse
69T8
Dec 08, 2016 eleanor eleanor
64T7
Dec 08, 2016 eman0
70T5
Dec 08, 2016 HakkaMex
6T6
Dec 07, 2016 jbaker11
81T7
Dec 07, 2016 dcrouch1 dcrouch1
8T7
Dec 03, 2016 ajiav
80T3
Dec 01, 2016 MetaCritic2 MetaCritic2
87T10
Nov 28, 2016 Lillamagnet
78T6
Nov 27, 2016 pupahava pupahava
71T5
Nov 20, 2016 worriedjfk
95T9
Nov 19, 2016 vittek4
88T9
Nov 18, 2016 Yuma
8T8
Nov 17, 2016 uyku5uz uyku5uz
63T2
Nov 17, 2016 DizzyLizzy DizzyLizzy
90T9
Nov 14, 2016 alik
90T8
Nov 12, 2016 ezgigultekin
40T1
Nov 12, 2016 Sweet_Leaf Sweet Leaf
73T5
Nov 12, 2016 Hydave
96T6
Nov 11, 2016 TVK
80T6
Nov 10, 2016 dwyer dwyer
86T9
It’s a story that’s been told a hundred times, but it never gets old, because it’s really the story of our nation, part of our cultural identity many seem to have forgotten, one that continues to be written by people with darker skin, slanted eyes, or manners of dress that label them on sight as coming from afar. My mother, your grandfather, our neighbors: they’ve got stories like this too, and they are all beautiful, and they will all make us cry if we sit still and hear them.
Nov 10, 2016 doe
50T2
Nov 10, 2016 Ronin22
60T7
Nov 07, 2016 MrRondo
80T2
Nov 05, 2016 cat9man cat9man
77T5
Nov 05, 2016 captain captain
70T6
Nov 04, 2016 mathafarn
65T2
Nov 01, 2016 jnydam
73T6
Oct 31, 2016 Grouchy Grouchy
75T4
Oct 29, 2016 Mia Wallace
80T8
Oct 29, 2016 Framed
70T6
Oct 28, 2016 bilalemre bilalemre
50T3
Oct 27, 2016 ali_oliyaei ali oliyaei
73T6
Oct 23, 2016 canadianor canadianor
100T10
Oct 19, 2016 kingslayer kingslayer
68T6
Oct 19, 2016 jerrywarton
75T9
Oct 18, 2016 TheMarkle
70T7
Oct 18, 2016 naco77
83T9
Oct 16, 2016 Cloudynow Cloudynow
68T5
Oct 15, 2016 KMetehan K.Metehan
79T5
Oct 13, 2016 cancezayirli cancezayirli
60T4
Oct 13, 2016 PeterVincent
85T7
Oct 12, 2016 anandare
70T4
Oct 08, 2016 Lmabbate
90T6
Oct 07, 2016 stoickov stoickov
65T4
Oct 07, 2016 drdutw drdutw
66T3
Oct 05, 2016 payami payami
73T5
Oct 01, 2016 PaperShinobi PaperShinobi
65T5
Oct 01, 2016 nocebo
65T8
Sep 30, 2016 csomay
80T8
Sep 29, 2016 phoBos42
92T9
“Brooklyn” (2015) Beautifully shot in Ireland, Canada and NYC, Brooklyn tells the tale of a quiet, young Irish woman, Ellis, who emigrates to NYC in search of a job and a new life, as sponsored by a kindly priest (Jim Broadbent). Living quarters are arranged for; an all-female boarding house, run by the motherly and helpful Mrs. Kehoe, effectively played by Julie Walters. A job is found for her as a sales clerk in an upscale department store, supervised by the stern Miss Fortini (Jessica Par
Sep 29, 2016 themadelf66 themadelf66
81T8
Sep 28, 2016 scarletspeed scarletspeed
53T6
Sep 25, 2016 ElisaDM
80T5
Sep 25, 2016 zuleyka
70T6
Sep 24, 2016 tcaron
90T10
Sep 24, 2016 stsakiri3
100T10
Sep 24, 2016 erdibugra erdibugra
82T4
Sep 22, 2016 guzkedisi guzkedisi
80T7
Sep 20, 2016 xmoffx xmoffx
4T6
Sep 20, 2016 abasakucan
70T6
Sep 19, 2016 Greg K
67T7
Sep 19, 2016 kicayek
82T7
Sep 16, 2016 cankutozturk cankutozturk
76T6
Sep 14, 2016 megdesilva megdesilva
87T9
Sep 13, 2016 jffrakes
80T8
Sep 12, 2016 barisyasar barisyasar
78T4
Sep 12, 2016 ajdm
69T7
Sep 12, 2016 negrisiu
75T8
Sep 12, 2016 selfrepair selfrepair
70T4
Sep 12, 2016 sofielykke sofielykke
68T5
Sep 10, 2016 fzycow fzycow
86T5
Sep 10, 2016 lilyofvalley
81T7
Sep 10, 2016 roozbeh13 roozbeh_13
60T2
Sep 09, 2016 shadowplay shadowplay
45T1
Sep 07, 2016 fra paolo
28T3
A paean to rootless globalisation disguised as a romantic tragedy..
Sep 02, 2016 naghashbashi naghashbashi
80T7
Sep 02, 2016 KalltKaffe KalltKaffe
77T8
Aug 18, 2016 stsakiri4
100T10
Aug 29, 2016 braddad68
98T10
Aug 28, 2016 bhoyo
80T7
Aug 26, 2016 sinefilcocuk
5T3
Aug 21, 2016 nevejas nevejas
64T5
I wish my job was to predict future for movie characters. Let's say, one Mrs Eilis, with shortage in ambition and perspective, has married an ignoramus. Crystal ball shows me, that she will live in a house, will have a gazillion of children and will always think about, no wait, that's too deep for her.. and that's it then. It is good there is a movie about her life, for she is such a complex character that overcame many obstacles.. few obstacles.. an ocean to her happiness!
Aug 21, 2016 Rutagir Rutagir
80T6
Aug 20, 2016 monoglot
70T7
Aug 20, 2016 neldavtyan
93T8
Aug 19, 2016 dsturek
75T6
Aug 19, 2016 rollsroyce
54T4
Aug 19, 2016 adrenaline adrenaline
80T9
Aug 17, 2016 pulsi21
80T8
Aug 15, 2016 seldomdefend
29T1
Aug 15, 2016 AliV Ali_V.
78T5
Aug 15, 2016 Hennimore
68T4
Aug 14, 2016 wizard81
70T6
Aug 14, 2016 rklenseth rklenseth
80T8
Aug 14, 2016 SpeedlimiT SpeedlimiT
78T8
Aug 12, 2016 kljnsclkn
75T4
Aug 11, 2016 BigEvil Nathan S
3T6
A little weepy, perhaps resembling Davies in the look and tone of its period recreation. Its gestures are quaint, simple, and fairly standard, but it gets me. There are several beautiful moments, though it is most effective in its first-half depictions of expatriate anxiety than its later acts of romantic longing.
Aug 11, 2016 brunono brunono
72T3
Aug 11, 2016 witzelsucht witzelsucht
8T7
Aug 10, 2016 curtisetc
78T6
Aug 10, 2016 Saeedbdr Saeed_bdr
67T4
Aug 07, 2016 winiciusss
49T1
Aug 06, 2016 mikaniam
83T6
Aug 02, 2016 ronen2
72T8
Aug 01, 2016 trysil
78T6
Aug 01, 2016 tde
77T6
Aug 01, 2016 aaytekin
73T5
Aug 01, 2016 merderein
85T8
Jul 30, 2016 paulduncan
85T10
Jul 29, 2016 nbc6 nbc6
70T8
Jul 29, 2016 cussot
70T2
Jul 29, 2016 EricDSnider2 EricDSnider2
92T10
Jul 28, 2016 apataca apataca
78T9
Jul 27, 2016 stephanunc
88T7
Jul 27, 2016 erwit
80T9
Jul 26, 2016 kgbelliveau kgbelliveau
90T9
I was pleasantly surprised by how much of this film was great. It told a pretty simplistic story while allowing the cast to explore range. Saoirse Ronan is vibrant in the lead role, naturally beautiful which makes the lead character easy to identify with. The plot develops slowly but it makes sense given the story and the way life develops.
Jul 25, 2016 clayray3290
91T8
Jul 25, 2016 mkdaun
95T10
Jul 24, 2016 bita bita
76T4
Jul 18, 2016 1903 1903
60T4
Jul 17, 2016 batui
65T5
Jul 16, 2016 outTake outTake
88T9
Jul 16, 2016 flowing flowing
9T1
Jul 16, 2016 borgmenn borgmenn
70T7
Jul 16, 2016 tuzlukarch tuzluk_arch
75T4
Jul 14, 2016 jasoo2
72T7
Jul 13, 2016 saratan
8T7
Jul 11, 2016 tahazerr tahazerr
70T6
Jul 11, 2016 skychotic
97T10
Jul 08, 2016 joycef_
80T5
Jul 08, 2016 GTRichardson
90T9
Jul 06, 2016 cryptosicko cryptosicko
60T4
Jul 06, 2016 Uzane2
9T6
Jul 06, 2016 izwt936g
71T6
Jul 06, 2016 Nilbog
80T9
Jul 06, 2016 Jonrock411
7T6
Jul 05, 2016 scy scy
71T5
Jul 04, 2016 robharr
65T4
Jul 03, 2016 Benad99
80T8
Jun 29, 2016 FarCryss Suture Self
6T6
The moral is that home is where the heart is, and more often than not, one's heart isn't necessarily attached to a specific place, but instead attached to other human beings. I think that's a lovely message. Unfortunately, the romance in this film is awfully thin, and doesn't do justice to the power of what it's trying to say. Still, it's a beautiful recreation of the times, and Saoirse Ronan's performance is great. Note: As far as immigrant films go, Ellis Lacey is quite fortunate.
Jun 26, 2016 Trueblood19
2T6
Jun 24, 2016 Suda_Balk Suda Balık
80T7
Jun 23, 2016 EmiGrecco
60T3
Jun 23, 2016 Alyne Alyne
78T7
Jun 22, 2016 swtirist141
90T9
Jun 19, 2016 marazi
60T2
Jun 19, 2016 kabadayi kabadayi
65T4
Jun 19, 2016 imadmax
82T9
Jun 17, 2016 lovleigh lovleigh
71T7
Jun 17, 2016 thebalkabaa thebalkabaa
70T8
Jun 15, 2016 anewlucas anewlucas
95T9
Jun 15, 2016 biggiesmalls
80T7
Jun 13, 2016 mightysparks mightysparks
60T7
Jun 12, 2016 orangezen orangezen
66T4
Jun 12, 2016 Phantom Nook
70T5
Jun 12, 2016 gavinbennett
50T4
Jun 11, 2016 sirhcybe
84T6
Jun 11, 2016 kingofsuede kingofsuede
55T2
Jun 10, 2016 vaarmen
94T7
Jun 09, 2016 donmezsefa donmezsefa
50T3
Jun 09, 2016 mikefitz31
67T3
Jun 06, 2016 letterboxdvo letterboxdvo
37T7
Jun 06, 2016 Kiersno
85T6
Jun 04, 2016 JohNash JohNash
92T5
Jun 03, 2016 Niska Niska
15T2
Jun 02, 2016 MedCityFlix MedCityFlix (Med City Movie Guy)
80T8
Jun 02, 2016 MitchMilam
90T8
Jun 02, 2016 gulnur gulnur
70T5
Jun 01, 2016 kmb43xgame
94T10
May 31, 2016 thurberj
85T6
May 31, 2016 oguzkayir oguzkayir
75T7
May 29, 2016 Jkarasick
56T1
May 29, 2016 LetterRip
87T8
May 28, 2016 catso
70T4
May 26, 2016 norvaljones norval_jones
72T5
May 25, 2016 aylaserin aylaserin
80T6
May 24, 2016 MosesPray
83T7
May 23, 2016 ozlemoz ozlemoz
70T2
May 23, 2016 mzgan
62T5
May 22, 2016 WWallce4prez WWallce4prez
70T5
A solid 1st half and a wonderful performance by the always great Ronan saves Brooklyn from being a throw-away period drama. There are enough quality moments to make up for the thrown together conflict that seems out of place in the last third.
May 21, 2016 astrakhan astrakhan
81T8
A polished, picture-perfect storybook tale, and at its heart Saoirse Ronan is an embodiment of calm, sensitive, capable Irishness. A goddess-like role for her to get to portray. I loved the film's first half build-up, but one disappointment was where it went after that, i.e. away from Brooklyn and back to Ireland. For a long time. Ok, this is what the book was about, family and home, but I wanted to see more of Brooklyn life in the 50s. Great costumes and set design to match the acting.
May 21, 2016 drsword drsword
75T5
May 21, 2016 Snicker
75T5
May 19, 2016 luanmarcel
77T7
May 19, 2016 DAND Leonardis
93T8
I love Brooklyn. Saoirse Ronan is freakin' gorgeous and she leads the film with an amazing performance and a story that allows her and the well-rounded supporting cast to act their butts off when they get the opportunity. The chemistry between her and Emory Cohen seemed pretty convincing. It strums at the heart strings and it can and I think that's part of what makes it really good and something to relate to. Crowley's directing is really beautiful and the score is also really beautiful.
May 18, 2016 jef_costello jef costello
59T2
May 15, 2016 dieslow1295
74T7
May 15, 2016 amypark
94T9
May 14, 2016 the0bauman
57T5
May 14, 2016 Ryan_Lueders Ryan Lueders (ReelRyan)
68T3
One of the best romances of the year (as described by the movie cover) is really not that romantic at all. This is another one of those movies where a women is in a serious relationship and yet still plays the field (because women are now taking the place of philandering men). Think Twilight but with Irish accents. Don't get me wrong, I love, love, love Saoirse Ronan. She did an excellent job of acting and she is gorgeous beyond words (plus the accent makes her even prettier)... [Full Review]
May 14, 2016 Russ Bedford
66T6
May 14, 2016 iSandpeople iSandpeople
88T8
May 14, 2016 izideve
75T5
May 13, 2016 aileia
75T3
May 13, 2016 SantaClaus SantaClaus
66T6
May 11, 2016 siowafc
35T9
May 11, 2016 sergebarber sergebarber
2T6
May 09, 2016 Hellemond Hellemond
67T7
May 09, 2016 sergiomalick
71T5
May 08, 2016 Skerringer
76T8
May 07, 2016 MsDead MsDead
80T8
May 05, 2016 setenay setenay
79T5
May 03, 2016 teckgecko teckgecko
68T5
May 03, 2016 Tester Tester
64T7
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