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Synopsis

Legendary performer Judy Garland arrives in London in the winter of 1968 to perform a series of sold-out concerts.

Cast

  • Renée Zellweger
  • Jessie Buckley
  • Rufus Sewell
  • Finn Wittrock
  • Michael Gambon
  • Bella Ramsey
  • Gaia Weiss
  • Gemma-Leah Devereux
  • Andy Nyman
  • Fenella Woolgar

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Trivia

  • The film is a loose adaptation of the Olivier-nominated play 'End of the Rainbow.' Peter Quilter, the playwright behind "End of the Rainbow," said that he believed screenwriter Tom Edge "wanted the story to be much more true and precise," with less "elements of fantasy" than the play.
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Goofs

  • The ages of Judy's younger kids is not consistent with their actual ages at the time portrayed in the movie. The movie is set in 1968-1969 when her daughter Lorna would have been about 16 and her son Joe would have been 13-14.
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It was depressing

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Telitha S
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great story about judy Garland in her post WOZ years

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Metacritic

65
Sep 26, 2019

Judy is well worth seeing, if not necessarily rushing to a theater to experience, thanks to Zellweger's uncanny ability to replicate Garland's quirks and still locate the humanity and fragility within her.

Brian Lowry
CNN
70
Aug 31, 2019

Judy is three-quarters of a good movie that would have been even better if it trusted the urgency of the last act of Garland’s life — and the brilliance of Zellweger’s performance.

Metacritic review by Stephen Farber
Stephen Farber
The Hollywood Reporter
70
Aug 31, 2019

Renee Zellweger gives the performance of her career in a film which is certainly an awards-friendly biopic, but strikes a darker, more maudlin note than expected.

Metacritic review by Fionnuala Halligan
Fionnuala Halligan
Screen International