The one reason you might not want to see A Star Is Born

Publish Date
Tuesday, 30 October 2018, 11:57AM
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WARNING: This article spoils the movie plot/ending. If you have not seen the movie and are planning to watch it, you may want to stop reading. 

If you haven't heard all the talk about blockbuster success A Star Is Born then you have to be living under a rock. 

Girls (and guys) everywhere are leaving cinemas with tears running down their cheeks and a new love for country music. 

Whilst the movie seems to get you right in the feels from the moment that Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper perform Shallow on stage together, the tears really get a flowin' when the shock ending comes. 

Many fans feel as though the film should have a trigger warning prior to the screening. 

This is because many were emotionally distraught from a harrowing scene that saw Bradley Cooper's character take his own life.

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