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Movie Info & Cast
- Viggo Mortensen
- Mahershala Ali
- Linda Cardellini
- Sebastian Maniscalco
- Dimiter D. Marinov
- Mike Hatton
- P.J. Byrne
- Joe Cortese
- Maggie Nixon
- Von Lewis
Did You Know?
- Italian-American stand up comedian Sebastian Maniscalco plays Tony's fast-talking brother-in-law, Johnny.
- Tony criticizes Don for not being familiar with several black musicians whose music they hear on the radio while traveling, one of the artists being Aretha Franklin. The original poster doubted that Tony would know Aretha Franklin because by the fall of 1962 Aretha had had only six chart hits, none of which reached higher than #37. However, although we think of Aretha today as a soul singer, in the early 1960s she was signed with Columbia Records. Her label failed to recognize her gospel roots and didn't know how to market her. Her early songs were pop/jazz and not the soul music she's remembered for today. Even though her early songs weren't big hits on the Billboard Hot 100, her songs were in the Top 10 on the Rhythm and Blues charts. Given Tony's love for black music, it is not implausible that he would have have been familiar with her.
- Tony Lip: The world's full of lonely people afraid to make the first move.
Atom User Reviews
Saw an early screening through Gofobo, I'd absolutely go and see it a second time. It's drama with touches of comedy and it has heart.
I really enjoyed this film! Well done!
Green Book warms the heart, then numbs the mind. It’s a broad-brush lesson in racism, a sermon on the power of empathy, a user’s guide to tolerance packaged as a mismatched-buddies comedy.
Distinctive and amusing turns by Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali make Peter Farrelly’s first solo feature outing a lively and likable diversion.
Green Book is a thoroughly predictable and conventional true-life drama, but at least Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali make for decent company along the road.