80 for Brady


Comedy / Drama / Sport

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 62%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 89%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 2603

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Plot summary

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
March 09, 2023 at 12:51 AM


Top cast

Sally Field as Betty
Rita Moreno as Maura
Jane Fonda as Trish
Ray Buffer as NFL Veteran Quarterback
916.08 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 39 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by UniqueParticle 8 / 10

I don't know why this doesn't have higher ratings but damn 80 for Brady is so good!

I was the only young person in the audience earlier today, I'm 30 and still loved this so much! Despite any cheesiness if at all this movie is hilarious through most of it, heartwarming and very entertaining. I love how Sally Field is the only of the 4 leads that is 76 she's magnificent and so are the others Lilly Tomlin is among the best; all the old folks in the film have had outstanding careers over the years it's impressive they are have a lot of energy at their ages. No matter what people think of 80 for Brady it is pure fun entertainment for anyone and deserves at least above average ratings. Pretty much every scene is fun even when there's fails it is worth watching.

Reviewed by gee-15 6 / 10

There are only four reasons to watch this movie....

And they are as follows: Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno and Sally Field. (Okay, if you like football, there will be a fifth: Tom Brady). This movie has the barest of plots (four ladies realize their dream to see the SuperBowl and their favorite player, Tom Brady). Some of the events that play out make no sense. (For example, when they dance their way into the SuperBowl. I'll be the first to say they dance better than I do but the crowd acts like they've just seen Cirque de Soleil not four old broads doing the frug.). But these four pros take thinly written characters and make them stand out. Sally Field is probably the funniest as the retired math professor who loves spouting statistics. Jane Fonda, who looks incredible, is sympathetic as the aging sexpot who really just wants to have a comfortable romance. Rita Moreno is great as a grieving widow with a penchant for gambling. And Lily Tomlin, as the de facto leader of the quartet, leaves the snark behind to play an ordinary woman with health issues that just wants to have one last fun trip with her friends. Check your brain at the door, accept that this is silly sentimental nonsense half the time and remember that this could be the last time we see any one of these great actresses.

Reviewed by benjaminskylerhill 6 / 10

Unabashedly sweet

From the trailers, I was expecting this to be a very obnoxious, clunky movie. I'm happily surprised to have been mostly wrong about that.

Yes, it is often melodramatic. Yes, it has a plot as thin as rice paper. Yes, it's directed and edited in a way that looks like a cheap made-for-tv movie.

But I didn't care. Because what handily saves this movie is the chemistry between its four aged-yet-still-talented actresses. They embody their characters distinctly and charmingly, and from the first few scenes I was thoroughly convinced of the authenticity of their friendship.

Their dynamic carries this lighthearted experience and makes it an engaging, and often legitimately hilarious, one.

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