Life Itself (2018) 720p YIFY Movie

Life Itself (2018)

Life Itself is a movie starring Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde, and Annette Bening. As a young New York City couple goes from college romance to marriage and the birth of their first child, the unexpected twists of their journey create...

IMDB: 5.82 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Romance
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 987.24M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 118
  • IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 173 / 516

The Synopsis for Life Itself (2018) 720p

As a young New York couple goes from college romance to marriage and the birth of their first child, the unexpected twists of their journey create reverberations that echo over continents and through lifetimes in Life Itself. Director and writer Dan Fogelman ("This Is Us") examines the perils and rewards of everyday life in a multi-generational saga featuring an international ensemble including Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde, Antonio Banderas, Annette Bening, Olivia Cooke, Sergio Peris- Mencheta, Laia Costa, Alex Monner and Mandy Patinkin. Set in New York City and Carmona, Spain, Life Itself celebrates the human condition and all of its complications with humor, poignancy and love.

The Director and Players for Life Itself (2018) 720p

[Director]Dan Fogelman
[Role:]Oscar Isaac
[Role:]Annette Bening
[Role:]Mandy Patinkin
[Role:]Olivia Wilde

The Reviews for Life Itself (2018) 720p

Life creates life...even the cynical, hates everything criticsReviewed byfulleraleciaVote: 9/10

I really enjoyed this movie. I went into it with no expectations and was engrossed in the story, all the stories that I thought intertwined very well. Yes the ending was predictable, but you wanted it to head that direction. The acting was incredible and I felt it was a good portrayal and reminder of the unpredictability of life and how there can be horrible cruel moments, but there can also be beautiful, magical ones too. I love shows (This Is Us) and movies that evoke feelings so really it gave me exactly what I was looking for. I love the movies that make you think about life and how each second is so precious. Those little nudges to never take a moment for granted are helpful to me. I think if you go into it as you should with most movies, just ready to be told a story and not pick it apart to death, you will enjoy it.

Those movies that you just cant believe the criticsReviewed byyifeigongVote: 9/10

For emotion-oriented movie audience like me, this is the perfect movie to sit for 2 hours and feel the same love and desperation. Those moments that you cannot stop your tears from watering your eyes, cherish them, if not, why come to movie?

2-hour 'This Is Us'Reviewed bymadisonharwellVote: 8/10

I was hesitant to invest the time in this film after reading critic reviews but I can absolutely say they were truly too harsh with Life Itself. No surprise but it's very reminiscent of 'This Is Us' and instead of an episodic narrative it's condensed to a two hour multi-chaptered film. While it did feel closer to three hours at points, there's a clear disconnect between the current reviews and the actual film performance. It was very emotional and most of the movie I had a lump in my throat. The way it's structured it's almost like three movies in one but the way it all comes together was so fascinating to watch as an audience member. My vote is you give it a shot, it's a really creative story.

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