ReviewJanuary, 23rd 2017
The female character also breaks the length of the line, when she is singing about the crowded restaurants. It is unclear whether they both with Mr. Gosling smile about this especial prolongation because it is away from the proposed line’s length or whether it had to be this way. It is also impossible to tell even when you're looking through the clip because it is unknown whether she smiles to the hero of Ryan realizing her mistake or they're just smiling because they are in love. There is a clip from a movie on YouTube that can be watched to tell, though.
Even despite the fact that this is a sad melody, huge hopes in the voices of the singers are distinctively heard. They two sing that they are looking for love from someone else. Despite the big world around, they are seeking to open hearts to feel the whirly sensations. Emma starts and Ryan continues that they need to have a crazy feeling to feel Ra-ta-tat in their hearts and they want to stay right here in this moment as long as it is possible.
There is another moment when they're smiling but it is obvious that it was a mistake from Mr. Gosling's part. So 2 mistakes in one video actually make it look like the final rehearsal rather than the scene that was planned to enter the film. Maybe the reason it actually became a part of the movie is that it was the best they could and couldn't reach any better.
There is another interesting thing. When looking at Emma, even if you're a guy, you don't have any sexual desire towards her. It is distinctly understood that you can love her only with some subtle love. She's very touchy, gentle, and subtle, so it is impossible to imagine her in some filthy way.
Yes, we understand that these actors are not musical people. Mr. Gosling is more like macho but as far as he coped with this role perfectly, we suppose that he can play anyone. We're not sure to say the same about Stone because she was always just in one palette. So as for us, this film is just the finalization of her acting, the fine tuning, and the highest point, if it may be called so. Reference: 'La La Land': Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling's 'City of Stars' - IndieWire
City of Stars lyrics - Ryan Gosling
City of Stars Song Lyrics
Classic Disney Part Of Your World
Classic Disney Colors Of The Wind
Classic Disney Kiss The Girl
Classic Disney I'll Make a Man Out of You
Mulan We're All in This Together
High School Musical Somewhere Over The Rainbow
The Wizard Of Oz Pure Imagination
Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory Still Hurting
The Last 5 Years Almost There
Princess and the Frog