Birdman is an English Movie was released on October 17, 2014 (USA). Birdman has owned Oscar 2015 and received the award in “87th Academy Awards” on February 22, 2015, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles. It’s time to watch the Oscar winning movie “Birdman” now. Here you can watch Full movie Birdman action movie in HD quality (2014). The director of this Birdman: Alejandro González Iñárritu. It is 119 minutes in length. First DVD release February 17, 2015 (USA).
- Michael Keaton (Riggan Thomson)
- Emma Stone (Sam)
- Edward Norton (Mike Shiner)
- Zach Galifianakis (Brandon Vander Hey)
- Noami Watts (Lesley)
- Andrea Riseborough (Laura)
- Amy Ryan (Griffin Murray)
- Teena Byrd (Tourist at a Broadway Show)
- Merritt Wever (Annie)
- Natalie Gold (Clara)
- Anna Hardwick (Reporter)
- Bill Camp, Clark Middleton (Sidney)
- Joel garland (Jimmy)
- Stefano Villabona (Tourist Theater Audience Member)
Previous film superhero Riggan Thomson by Michael Keaton was mounting an ambitious Broadway production from which he expected it will lead to breathe new life into his stagnant career. It was challenging, but he expected that his creative contribution will prove that he’s a real artist and not just a traditional movie star. As opening night approached, a cast mate was injured, causing Riggan to hire another actor (Edward Norton) who was guaranteed to make thunders around the sky. Meanwhile, Riggan had to deal with his sweet girlfriend, beloved daughter and ex-wife.
Keaton gives, in no less than two detects, the execution of his profession. He summons up all the hyper comic vitality of his initial work in movies like Night Shift and Beetle-juice, yet Riggan appears to be half-seared by it, and as the warmth increments on all sides, you can very nearly notice the sizzle. Furthermore, he could barely be better upheld: Edward Norton is uproarious as his trimming, co-star; Naomi Watts and Andrea Riseborough impeccable as performing artists clattered by insecurities; Zach Galifianakis packed down and short as Riggan’s pushy maker; Stone colossal as the solitary voice of reason, floundering and resistant.