‘A Star Is Born’ shines with surprising diversity and inclusion

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Before you push into the review, it’s important to know that Lady Gaga can act, very well, and actor Bradley Cooper can direct—even better. It’s safe to say that here, “stars are born.”

It’s the fourth remake of this rags-to-riches romance that dates back to 1932, but Cooper’s version is brimming with an energy that’s both bold and timid. It’s also a contemporary story that doesn’t sugarcoat the issue of addiction and its devastating impact on those addicted and the close friends and family members who are affected by the collateral damage. (read more)

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