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1,272 Ratings

Green Book

Directed by Peter Farrelly
United States, 2018


A working-class Italian-American bouncer becomes the driver of an African-American classical pianist on a tour of venues through the 1960s American South.

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Green Book Directed by Peter Farrelly

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

2019 | 2 nominations including: Best Actor

2019 | 3 wins including: Best Supporting Actor

Toronto International Film Festival

2018 | Winner: People's Choice Award

National Board of Review

2018 | 2 wins including: Best Film

BAFTA Awards

2019 | 4 nominations including: Leading Actor

2019 | Winner: Supporting Actor

Over and over I’ve seen white folks who otherwise hold all sorts of interesting opinions about black folks call Green Book a “feel good” movie. Yes. Sure. You feel good. About yourself. Without having done anything. Without having gained, or try to gain, any knowledge of black culture.
March 02, 2019
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As a movie about one blue-collar Italian-American’s peculiar relationship to both food and the concept of whiteness, Green Book has something to recommend it. As a portrait of a black homosexual artist’s alienation from the culture of his youth, it is a considerably dicier proposition.
February 25, 2019
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The film provides a service in the same way The Help did: it makes a certain audience feel better about historical injustice while annoying pretty much everyone else.
February 22, 2019
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What are people saying?

  • chanandre's rating of the film Green Book

    [UCI El Corte] One of the funniest and sweetest films i have watched all year (Yo Chase, yo Scorsese put my man Viggo on your films ASAP he is a funny guyyy!!!) "Orphans for Orpheus, Joe pan in lieu of Chopin" - malapropisms galore. I loved that line where Don says 'i'm not black, i'm not white, am not a man, what am i?' Both deserve Oscars. The right way to defuse racism: stay dignified, work within you & be kind.

  • Z's rating of the film Green Book

    A movie full of emotion and good intentions. Mortensen and Ali have chemistry and as audience members we come to root for their characters. All controversy aside, I wish that Hollywood would cut the comic book crap and make more thoughtful films like this where people from different circumstances come to know and empathize with one another. The film seems to be trying to genuinely engage with the issues it raises.

  • Michael H. CLAES's rating of the film Green Book

    CONSENSUAL film that, like other American productions (Three Billboards outside Ebbing), does not avoid CLICHES. AWESOME original sixties SOUNTRACK ! === Film consensuel qui, comme d'autres productions américaines, n'évite pas les clichés. Bande son originale des sixties géniale !

  • saitosouta's rating of the film Green Book

    Albeit its awful reputation, "Green Book" is not so bad as the amalgam of delightful laugh and deep pathos in Farrelly style. But the real things I want from Farrellys are moralilty-breaking gags and maddeningly dirty shit which make me laugh out loud like a broken furby. Are they gone with little brother Bobby? Compared with such laughable works, "Green Book" is just a feel-good film diluted and lukewarm sadly.

  • dionysus67's rating of the film Green Book

    The Hollywood recipe of the odd couple has all the ingredients for an enjoyable ride, where the vehicle turns into a moving force beyond fixed identities. Farrelly's 'breaching experiments' on socially accepted etiquette/skills for the social game generate laughs, mostly non-scatological, but the clichés abound, stylistically it's of no value, yet good on identity issues, double-consciousness and intersectionality.

  • Andhika Eka Buana's rating of the film Green Book

    Expecting the worst from GREEN BOOK due to its backlash in recent weeks, but turns out it were all just that -backlash. Completely charming from start to finish. Mortensen combined his nasty EASTERN PROMISE side with his CAPTAIN FANTASTIC supressed warmth seamlessly (& surprise: now all 3 got him Oscar noms!).

  • Jérémy Poirier's rating of the film Green Book

    A beautiful, funny and heartfelt little film. Its charm is mainly due to the palpable chemistry between Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali. They both play their role really well even though I'm unsure Mortensen was the right choice to play an italian character. The story narrative and character arcs are well written and pays off in both a predictable and a really satisfying way. Loved the humor. 3.5 stars.

  • Huey McEvoy's rating of the film Green Book

    A film so staggeringly unoriginal and predictable that often I found my jaw wide open in disbelief. Mortensen's wiseguy act is a little hard to swallow, but Ali's performance has enough grace notes to hold it together. They don't make films like this anymore - and that's a good thing.

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