This image released by Warner Bros. shows Bradley Cooper, left, and Lady Gaga in a scene from the latest reboot of the film, "A Star is Born." (Neal Preston/Warner Bros. via AP)
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It's hard not to go into "A Star Is Born" without a lot of prejudgments.It's quite a feat from Bradley Cooper, who directed, co-wrote, produced and stars. He plays Jackson Maine, a huge singer-songwriter whose path intersects with an unknown and overlooked talent named Ally (Lady Gaga) and the two become entangled as his star fades and hers rises.Cooper and Gaga have incredible chemistry, the kind that makes you believe two strangers would know in a night that they're made for each other.Jackson values authenticity above all, but we never get to learn what Ally wants from her career. All we know is Jackson, and presumably Cooper, disapprove of the artifice.Gaga is a gifted actor going toe-to-toe with Cooper in what might be his best performance.
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