'A Star Is Born': Here's What People Are Saying About Lady Gaga's Performance
A Star Is Born, starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, has earned high praise on Twitter following its North American premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on Sunday (Sept. 9).
The drama -- which serves as Cooper's directorial debut -- follows the relationship of seasoned musician Jackson Maine, played by Cooper, and budding singer-songwriter Ally, played by Gaga. It's set to open in theaters nationwide on Oct. 5, and based off the trailer and reviews from critics attending film festival season, this remake is already the must-see flick of 2018.
According to Twitter, the movie delivered on its promise to give viewers a story full of amazing music, dynamic character development and scenes that are definitely worthy of Oscar consideration.
Check out Twitter reactions to A Star Is Born below.
"A Star Is Born," which will be released in the U.S. on October 5, seems primed to contend for major Oscars, do well at the box office, and even top the charts, writes @davidlsims https://t.co/Q2yUCLLc8g— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) September 10, 2018
*Huge* standing ovation following the North American premiere of A STAR IS BORN at TIFF. Yep, it’s fantastic. Get ready, Oscar-watchers: out of the gate, it’s looking like ROMA vs. A STAR IS BORN... aka, apple vs. orange! pic.twitter.com/RiARoHHtx1— Scott Feinberg (@ScottFeinberg) September 10, 2018
I don’t often say this, but:— Jake Hamilton (@JakesTakes) September 8, 2018
Believe the hype behind A STAR IS BORN.
A familiar story delivered in a refreshing, raw, heartbreaking and poetic way so that it feels fresh again.
Cooper gives a career best performance and Gaga is a revelation.
I was a puddle after seeing it. pic.twitter.com/pJ9HpX9r3x
Just experienced a film that is beyond words. Never been moved like that in the cinema. Sat thru credits crying. Lights came up. Security guard asked me if I was ok & offered me napkins.— Kevin McCarthy (@KevinMcCarthyTV) September 7, 2018
A STAR IS BORN = remarkable achievement. Cooper/Gaga grabbed me & never let go. Beautiful. pic.twitter.com/GiYRbNNf9b
I wrote about the Oscar prospects of 'A Star Is Born', which is a movie we're going to be talking about *a lot* over the next few months. https://t.co/BexSkP4b1a— Adam Chitwood (@adamchitwood) September 10, 2018
I’d like to formally apologise for ever doubting that Lady Gaga is absolutely out of this world. A STAR IS BORN celebrates the woman, as it should - along with every noble ambition of love and music and patience and loyalty, bursting with pain and wonder #TIFF18— Ella Kemp (@efekemp) September 7, 2018
A STAR IS BORN will win Best Picture.— -------- -------------- (@adambenzine) September 8, 2018
Haven’t been this certain on a #TIFF call since I called it for THE ARTIST a few years back. I feel just as sure with this.
It could even sweep the board at the #Oscars. I don’t think it will, but the potential is there.
Splendid movie. pic.twitter.com/526xYaVgHc
A STAR IS BORN was the real deal. The performances are fantastic and the music is phenomenal. Gaga's last song is a stunning showstopper. Don't miss this one. #TIFF18— Dave Baldwin @ #TIFF18 (@davemabaldwin) September 7, 2018
A STAR IS BORN: oh no... it’s fantastic. I could not have been more skeptical, and yet this worked on me real, real good. Lady Gaga is [insert hyperbole of choice].— Charles Bramesco (@intothecrevasse) September 7, 2018
Lady Gaga’s character looking gorgeous in the A Star Is Born trailer: I’m too shy to sing because I’ve been told I’m not pretty enough— Karen Kilgariff (@KarenKilgariff) September 10, 2018