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Tag Archives: Biopics
Nutshell: let’s let Freddie do it, shall we? “I feel alive/And the world—I’ll turn it inside out/Yeah/I’m floating around/In ecstasy”. Yep, that sums it up. The bar has been raised for the musical biopic. Good luck to future films in … Continue reading
Elton John is a legend,no doubt. But do you know his early years? (Seriously – give Honky Chateau a listen. You’re welcome.) Rocketman dives into Sir Elton’s early years, and this trailer looks great. Synopsis! ROCKETMAN is an epic musical fantasy … Continue reading
“I pity your wife if you think six minutes is forever.” Yeah, I’m of an age. Sang “We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions” in middle-school. Begged my parents for a copy of “The Game” when it was released. Swooned … Continue reading
Nutshell: Bring forth the bread and circus! Jackman shines as the great P.T. Barnum, and Michael Gracey shows his first-time director skills by laying out a lavish, lush spectacle that needs to be seen on the largest screen possible for … Continue reading
Nutshell: An ensemble cast delivers a dramatic retelling of the heartbreaking Yarnell Hill Fire, breathing life into the Granite Mountain Hotshots, their family and friends. What starts out as a story about a rowdy gang of underdogs you grow to … Continue reading
Nutshell: A bit too light of a touch with Tommy’s backstory starts the film off with a slight handicap, and a lack of character development (as well as golf basics for non-players) often lands the plot in the weeds. But with … Continue reading
The first time I saw a trailer for the Tupac Shakur biopic All Eyez on Me, I got chills. I sat in the theater with my mouth hanging open, as Demetrius Shipp Jr. embodied the late rapper. It was absolutely … Continue reading