Ever watched a movie with a stupid grin on your face, that was me in the first half of the movie. La La Land is such an enchanting cinematic experience that you’re going to remember this movie for a very long time. 2014 hit ‘Whiplash’, director Damien Chazelle doesn’t fail to woo us once again. This movie is love letter to all those people who are passionate about their dreams and want to achieve something in life. It is one of those movies which will make you cringe, laugh, dance, sigh one after the other. For me, it had been a long time watching multi genre movie, it is a romantic musical comedy drama film and yet so realistic and raw in its own way. Being a movie buff, I unknowingly tend to find mistakes in a film but while watching this one, I was lost in the gliding camera movements, poppy costumes, marvelous sets and amazing screenplay. I must not forget to mention Justin Hurwitz for his music contribution; his music takes this movie to the whole another level. It was cherry on top of the ice-cream. Coming to the casting of this film, it’s just so perfect, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling leave no stone unturned to give their best performance in each and every scene. This movie lets you realise the price of success and scars of struggle which one goes through while achieving his/her dreams. The thing which made me fall into love with this movie is its ending and spectacular use of lights. It’s different and you must watch is all I can say. Just as 2016 was going downhill, La La Land released in December and magically, the year just got better.