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Beautiful Boy

Beautiful Boy is a movie starring Steve Carell, Maura Tierney, and Jack Dylan Grazer. Based on the best-selling pair of memoirs from father and son David and Nic Sheff, Beautiful Boy chronicles the heartbreaking and inspiring...

Other Titles
Yelled Yaffe, Beautiful Boy: Siempre serás mi hijo, Siempre serás mi hijo, 美麗男孩, Beautiful Boy: siempre serás mi hijo, Ένα Όμορφο Αγόρι, Дивни дечак, Mój piękny syn, Güzel Oğlum, Un garçon magnifique, Csodálatos fiú, Querido Menino, Lepi fant, My Beautiful Boy, ビューティフル・ボーイ, Grazus sunus, Beautiful boy, siempre serás mi hijo
Running Time
2 hours
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Biography
Felix van Groeningen
Luke Davies, David Sheff, Felix van Groeningen, Nic Sheff
Jack Dylan Grazer, Oakley Bull, Maura Tierney, Steve Carell
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Based on the best-selling pair of memoirs from father and son David and Nic Sheff, Beautiful Boy chronicles the heartbreaking and inspiring experience of survival, relapse and recovery in a family coping with addiction over many years.

Comments about drama «Beautiful Boy» (15)

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Gary Weaver

I saw this movie last night on the strength of a recommendation from a friend. I was not expecting much and, at first, the movie seemed to be so badly scripted that I was skeptical that it would be worth watching. The movie had a strong opening and a strong closing and I found that the plot was fairly predictable and most of the characters were underdeveloped. I don't know what I expected from this movie but it was a good story and it was told well. It is a good story that people can relate to. I will always remember my uncle (in the movie) as a good, caring, kind, wise man. He was gentle with his animals and treated his family very well. He was a fine man who was so well liked that he was never without friends or a job. This movie may have a tendency to keep the viewer involved with the characters, but I was not in that state and was not entertained by the characters or the story. I thought the main character (Javier Bardem) was a bit uninteresting and, as I saw in the trailer, his performance was no different from the other characters. This movie is good but not great and you should not take it as anything more than that.

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A beautifully put together movie with a great story and a heart to it. With great characters and excellent performances. I think there are many people who have not seen this movie but when you have watched it you will understand. This movie is extremely moving. There is a lot of emotion and insight in the movie. I recommend this movie for people who are tired of the same old "happy endings".

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A film that tells the story of a 10 year old orphan named Lee and how he ended up at home with his foster parents. In this film we see Lee coming from a small town where he is the only boy in the whole school, and going to a large city where he is the only child in the whole school. As we see this scene we see Lee learning what he does best and how he learns. It is a great film that tells a great story about a young boy who wanted more out of life. It was a great film that showed a wonderful film with great performances by this movie.

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Wayne S.

I really enjoyed the film, it was great and I have to say I was amazed at the love and loyalty that the characters developed. It's a film about family and family will always be the one to keep us safe and the film goes to great lengths to show us the loyalty of the father and his son who are torn apart. I loved the way that the father's work was presented and was really emotional at the end. The scenes where they get into a fight, the fight between the father and his son were real, and they never lost control. I don't want to spoil anything for anyone, but I would say that the ending of the film was outstanding and as close to perfect as you will get from any film that I have seen. If you enjoy films that show the bond of family and the love between two families, I highly recommend this film. I would give it a 9 out of 10. I think the acting is superb, and the performances from all of the cast were great. You will feel the drama, the pain, and the love of family as this film progresses. I also recommend you see it with your kids, it will really touch your heart. 9/10.

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So one day I read a review which said that "Films like this should be banned" and I wasn't sure what to think about it. But what I saw was so good that I just had to watch it. The film was very different from any other film I've seen in a long time. The only thing that kept it from winning an award was that there was not enough music in the film, but it was good. It wasn't the best film, but I liked it very much. The characters were very well done and I think that they were portrayed very well. The plot was also well developed. It was a very good story and I definitely recommend watching it. I give it 9/10 and I would definitely recommend watching it.

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Patrick Matthews

This film starts out with a star on the verge of a nervous breakdown, from an accident and a tenement fire, that is changed forever when his son comes into the world. With the help of an ill child nurse (Oscar nominated Jessica Lange), the father/son team decides to adopt the boy and let the boy grow up with him. However, the project is not without its setbacks and the son becomes a complete monster, intent on destroying his father's life, the day he leaves for college. To help the son learn how to cope with the growing up of a boy, the father takes a second job as a janitor at the department store. From here, the story is a simple story of growing up and trying to survive, but there are some twists that keep the viewer interested and the film does have some emotional impact. Jessica Lange's performance is perfect, as always, but it is the actual son, the son's growing up with his father, that really makes this film stand out. This is the film that I recommend to any parent who is thinking about adopting a child, because this film will give you a great look at what it is like to be a parent and what it is like to become an adult.

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Timothy M.

This was my first exposure to the works of Hugh Jackman. I'd heard of him, but never had any idea who he was or how he was really such an accomplished actor. The reason I've only watched this movie three times is because the first two times I was never impressed. But now, this movie has grown on me. It's a story about a boy who is raised in a rough environment and made to understand that no one can be loved and accepted in his environment. The first thing that stood out to me is the boy's mother, played by Queen Latifah. She's so beautiful and strong and able to take care of herself and raise her son in the world she's made for him. This is a strong female character, and it's hard to not sympathize with her as the story progresses. She helps the boy to learn that love doesn't come from a man or a group of men. Love comes from within and the man is the one who will make the difference. I also thought that the little boy was amazing, and this role was perfect for him. I thought it was important that we see him with his father, a man who was never the best of friends. We see that he may be a victim of a few harsh circumstances, but he's still a good man, and he's the one who finally makes the difference. As the story progresses, we see him through the eyes of his mother, played by Robin Wright. She's the one who makes the difference. She's strong, kind, and loving, and she's the one who gets the boy to understand that "love comes from within." It's a story that's about a boy's life, and it's told in a way that doesn't preach or condemn the boy's actions. The movie shows how a man can come in between his family and others. It's a wonderful, inspiring, and wonderful movie.

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Zachary May

This film is one of those films that I would love to see again, even though I've seen it twice. I loved this film the first time around, I think it's the best film of 2008 so far. I also enjoyed the film a lot the first time around. Now, I think it's even better. The screenplay was very good, and very relevant to the times. In the movie, it's about a father and his daughter, but in the real world, it's about all of us. I really enjoyed the way the director put everything in the film together in a very beautiful way. There were so many good scenes, and one thing I noticed that I loved was the music in the film. I really thought it was one of the best songs I've ever heard. The soundtracks in this film were great, and made the film a lot better. The scenes were all beautifully shot, and the actors and actresses were amazing. I really loved the way the movie ended. I thought it was wonderful. I thought the acting was excellent, and the actors and actresses were perfect for their roles. The soundtracks were also great, and were used very effectively. There were some moments in the film that I found very moving. I thought it was a very beautiful film, and I recommend this film to anyone.

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The film is very realistic about a young man, whom we might see a lot of films about, but never about. There are many faces and emotions in this film. This film is great!

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Nathan Morgan

This is a really well made and extremely well made movie about the true story of Margaret Thatcher. It is a great story that everyone should see and learn something about the people and the times they were in. This film is a wonderful look into the times and personalities of these very famous people. It shows you how Thatcher became so powerful and how her personality changed so drastically during her first few years in power. It also shows you the real purpose of the British government. The film is very well written and the acting is superb. The ending is outstanding and should make you happy. This is a great movie that I think everyone should see.

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Nancy Price

This film is not just about the prison system but about how incarceration can take away a person's soul and how the problems of the individual are magnified through the criminal justice system. The film depicts the effects that solitary confinement has on a person, particularly the effect it has on the psyche of the person. The documentary focuses on the experiences of a man named Frank and his wife Crystal, who have been in prison for years. Crystal's circumstances have left her mentally and emotionally scarred, and she has become an alcoholic. Her husband suffers from schizophrenia and suffers from delusions, so it is up to Frank to save his sanity. Frank has seen too much to get in touch with his feelings, so he tries to change Crystal's life, which she does not approve of. Frank tries to influence Crystal to have a better life, but she is unaware of how his actions affect her. Frank does not understand that he is the cause of all the problems in her life. In the end, Crystal decides that she wants to go to college so she can pursue a career, and she does not want to have her husband in prison anymore. She then changes her mind about leaving him behind. Frank is a man who has made the choice to be a better person. Frank wants to improve the lives of people around him. He does not want to be in prison anymore. That is why he cannot accept Crystal's decision to go to college. Frank is a man who is able to give of himself and truly love and care about others. This is why he is loved and respected by others. Crystal has no idea what she is getting herself into. She is caught in a state of mind that has not been possible in her entire life. She realizes that she is not the same person she once was. Her life has turned out to be a disaster. She needs to grow up. Crystal realizes that she needs to get over her own problems and accept Frank's plan. This film is about how an individual can be transformed through the power of love.

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The film opens in 1960, with a group of boys playing basketball and playing out in a field. It is one of the kids who is wearing the uniform of the Vietnam War. After a year, the kids are drafted into the Army and are sent off to Vietnam. It is not until after they return that we see them for the first time, and one by one, the boys tell their story. The film opens with an intense scene of a Vietnamese child begging for food. The camera is overhead and we see the child, his mother, his father and other soldiers. We then jump ahead five years, and the boys are now adults, and we see the war first hand. There are many flashbacks to the war in Vietnam, and some of the boys' stories are revealed. Many of the stories are about how the war affected the boys, but the film makes a point of telling the story of the boys' relationships and relationships with each other. The film doesn't take a side, but it tells a story about the Vietnam War. It tells the story of the war in a way that is balanced and never feels unbalanced. This is a very difficult story to tell because it is so unique. It is so unique that the film has to show it in a unique way. This is accomplished by telling the story of the boys from the child's perspective, but also the perspective of the other soldiers and the people around the boys. There is no one moment in the film that makes one side look bad, but there are moments that make one side look like the bad guy. In the film, the boys are made to be the bad guys, but at the same time, they are trying to be good guys. They are trying to be true to their feelings, and try to be good to the people around them. The boys are just ordinary, ordinary kids. They are not looking like savages. They are looking like real people. The film is powerful because it is showing the real effects of the war on the boys. It is not showing the good guys with medals and fancy guns. The boys are just ordinary. The film tells the story of the Vietnam War in a way that is realistic, but at the same time, it makes the Vietnam War seem so unimportant. It shows the boys in a realistic way. The film has a very realistic feel to it, but the film is also very strong. It shows the kids from the child's perspective, and in doing so, it shows the other side of the war. It shows the wrong side of the war, and the Vietnamese side. The film is powerful, but it also shows the good side of the war. We see the Vietnamese boys as normal people

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This movie was a nice follow up from "Snow White and the Huntsman". It is an adventure, and I must say, it was a bit boring at times. It was more of a romance, and that was okay, but I would have preferred the romance in the first one to have been more well developed. I did like the detail, and it was a nice touch, but it could have been more. In addition, I found that the overall characters of the characters weren't as unique as they could have been. I found that the leads were more detailed than the supporting characters, and I didn't like that at all. I think they should have just picked some people off the street, and had them do some scenes. That way, it would have been different, but also easier to grasp. Overall, I found that the film was good, and I would recommend it to someone who is a fan of the first one, and is willing to give it a chance. The first one was more interesting, and if the sequel is as good as the first one, then it will be an excellent movie.

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Theresa Alvarez

Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight" is one of the greatest films of the year. The acting is superb, and this is not just a Tarantino film. This is a great film about the power of the mind, and how it can transform a person. This is a film you don't want to miss. No spoilers in this review.

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First, the critics didn't like it as much as I did. Then I saw it on HBO, and it just got better and better. The acting was excellent, the script was spot on, and the directing was excellent. I would recommend this movie to anyone who has ever had a problem in life, or have friends who have had problems. You can relate to this movie because you have a similar situation. I would rate this film 9 out of 10.