Atom User Reviews for A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood
I needed that 🥺
definitely more for adults who have memories of watching it... I'm a 90's baby I've seen episodes when i was young so i was able to understand but anyone born after 2k wont see it as a value like the mid early 90's and earlier adults.
This movie is like a walk through the most precious, priceless God given gifts we have, time and love. INVALUABLE GIFTS
Wonderful. Great story. Wonderfully acted. Just a great film.
Thank you Tom Hanks and THANK YOU Mr. Rogers!!
will change your life
Great movie due to Mr Rogers element but less about him and more about someone else. Should have shown both sides equally and it's a balancing act which they don't pull of but definitely one of Tom Hanks finest roles.
I like to believe Mr. Rogers was the kind of person who wouldn't want a movie made about his life. By centering the movie on another character, screenwriters did a flawless job sharing the impact Mr. Rogers made on each individual person.
The best movie of the year.
Great story. Tom Hanks played Fred Rogers very well!
Absolutely loved it! A beautiful story of the power of patience, kindness and forgiveness.
Watch it at home if you’re already having a miserable holiday
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is no biopic but a very narrowly cast reimagining of one specific relationship late in the life of a noted person.
It’s as cosy as Mr Rogers’ trademark zip-up cardigan, but the sweetness of this film about the beloved US children’s television personality is tempered by the inventive eccentricity of its approach.
There’s no question that Hanks is perfect in the part, as the actor’s amiability and unquestionable sincerity make for an ideal match with the unique television personality. Marielle Heller's film itself, however, is a rather more modest achievement, sympathetic and yet entirely predictable in its dramatic trajectory of making a believer of an angry, cynical journalist.