Why you need to see 'Lady Bird' — the best-reviewed movie of all time on Rotten Tomatoes
Business Insider - 2h
Writer-director Greta Gerwig crafts an authentic high school movie with "Lady …

‘Lady Bird’ No Longer Has a Perfect 100% on Rotten Tomatoes (and Nobody is Happy About It)
IndieWire - 11h
Smithey posted the movie’s first bad review on Rotten Tomatoes on December 10, …

‘Lady Bird’ nominated for four Golden Globe awards
The Sacramento Bee - 9h
“Lady Bird” is headed to the Golden Globes. Sacramento native Greta Gerwig’s directoral debut was announced as a finalist for Best Musical or Comedy, Best …

Laurie Metcalf on Her Golden Globe Nomination for Lady Bird and Shooting Marion’s Big Driving Scene
Yahoo News - 11h
“Oh man,” Laurie Metcalf says over the phone the morning she’s received a …

2018 Golden Globes updates: 'Lady Bird's' Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf on Greta Gerwig's directing snub
Los Angeles Times - 10h
Guillermo Del Toro for “The Shape of Water.” Martin McDonagh for “Three …

Golden Globe nominations: Sacramento-focused 'Lady Bird' gets 4 nods
The Business Journal - 19h
"Lady Bird," the film billed as director Greta Gerwig's love letter to Sacramento, …

Saoirse Ronan on her Golden Globes nomination for 'Lady Bird' and how Greta Gerwig 'should win all the awards'
Tribune News Service on MSN.com - 10h
A Golden Globe nominee in previous years for her work in "Brooklyn" and …

The Film Stage Show Ep. 275 – Lady Bird
The Film Stage - 2h
Welcome, one and all, to the latest installment of The Film Stage Show! Today, it’s just Michael Snydel and I throwing down over the newest film from writer/director …

Lady Bird movie review
Nerd Reactor - 12h
There’s a scene at the end of Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig’s solo directorial debut, in which we’re reminded of a clichéd film sequence involving an airport. You know …

The 15 Best Movies of 2017: ‘Lady Bird,’ ‘Baby Driver,’ ‘It’ + More
Popcrush - 6h
During a year where media escapism proved more necessary than ever, going to the movies offered a special kind of catharsis for viewers—and thankfully, Hollywood …