Along with the excitement of the world for the new release Damien Chazelle masterpiece Babylonwhere in his catalog to start and how Babylon Encapsulating everything from his past filmography. Babylon, skip the previous one.because everyone is in Babylon Anyway, 1 to 3 will do. “
while whipping When la la land, Chazelle shows that not all films should stick strictly to one genre. This is especially true for movies about music. whipping or cinematic walk the line Also school of rocktheir topical focus may hint at their theatrical and musical nature. is guessing.
“Walk the Line” (2005)
2005 biopic walk the line Documenting the successes and struggles of acclaimed country and blues singers Johnny Cashfrom his humble beginnings to his stardom and complicated relationships June Carter.
Featuring some of Johnny Cash’s biggest hits, such as “Ring of Fire,” “Jackson,” and the title track “I Walk the Line,” the approach to the genre is instead a drama and an interlude between its two leads. Emphasis on relationship dynamics.played honorably by Joaquin Phoenix When Reese WitherspoonLike the best romance movies, their chemistry is poignant and the stories manage serious moments with strong emotional intensity.
“8 Mile” (2002)
of eminemthe only starring film role in 8 miles It follows the essentially autobiographical story of an up-and-coming Detroit rapper as he strives to establish himself as an artist and break down the barriers to hip-hop’s established expectations.
More than 20 years after its release, 8 miles devastated by the universal success of the single “Lose Yourself” that sprung from it. However, the film behind the song is deliberately non-musical and maintains a personal and serious narrative.
“School of Rock” (2003)
jack black the star of school of rock As guitarist Dewey Finn, he tricked into a “gig” as a fifth-grade substitute teacher, secretly teaching rock music to his students instead of math and science. There’s a fun concert set at the end, but the bulk of the film shows Dewey overcoming the hardships he’s put himself in in various humorous situations, trying to appease those around him.
school of rock It’s very fun. In this 2003 release of his 2003 film, Richard his Linklater director is still his signature, full of the most engaging children’s performances and great moments of this decade. Maintain a comfortable style.
Captivating, captivating, heartbreaking documentary Amy Trace the rise and eventual fall of talented people Amy Winehouse From her ambitious teenage years to finding success. This culminates in a tragic downward spiral into alcoholism and drug use.
Filled with rare and impactful images and footage of the late star, this music documentary is tastefully mesmerizing. Winehouse’s career progression has been an emotional roller coaster, with profound beauty. The passion and respect for everyone who knew Winehouse is evident.
“Inside Llewyn Davis” (2013)
introspective and thoughtful Inside Llewyn Davis It is an orderly reflection of the artist’s confusion. Oscar Isaac Set in 1960s New York, she plays a tormented folk singer who tries to face the harsh realities of life. This 2013 period drama of his sheds light on the melancholic motifs of his creative practice, along with some excellent original music.
Joel and Ethan Coen A director known for his versatility and eclecticism. Inside Llewyn Davis The film’s soft, sympathetic charm shines through as Isaac delivers one of his best performances.
“Mighty Wind” (2003)
Mighty Wind is the spiritual successor to the riot Christopher Guest mockumentary best in show and follows a group of ’60s folk musicians returning to the stage for their final concert at New York City’s City Hall.
Mainly comedy Mighty Wind In order to focus on the atmosphere of 1960s folk music, it sometimes forgoes the occasion for jokes and concentrates on its characters and setting. Luckily, the performance is excellent and draws the audience in to make up for the lack of back-to-back laughs.
Amadeus It’s a perfect symphony of bombastic performances, intricate storytelling, and naturally incredible music.fierce one-sided competition between composers Antonio Salieri When Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Salieri tells how his young and eccentric opponent was able to change the world of music.
It is an unconventional “biographical film” in the sense that it draws many historical depictions that have been fictionalized. Amadeus Create caricatures of the subject to reinforce their mythology. Salieri’s jealous rage and Mozart’s constant eccentricity collide beyond reality to highlight the meaning of an artistic legacy.
“Almost Famous” (2000)
Although it is currently being made into a Broadway musical, the original is a drama comedy. most famous Instead, the story of an ambitious 15-year-old boy whose love of rock music paves the way for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. rolling stone magazine Interviews and tours with up-and-coming new bands.
Being a stapler favorite Cameron Crowe For many, semi-autobiographical paintings are beloved for their grounded characters and accuracy of adulthood experiences. Patrick Fugit, Frances McDormand, Kate Hudsonand many others deliver authentically inspired performances.
“This Is Spinal Tap” (1984)
One of the most famous mockumentaries of all time, It’s a spinal tap A brilliantly satirical showcase of 80’s rock culture, it depicts the hilarious results of a year-long tour for fictitious British heavy metal band Spinal Tap. It plays almost the exact opposite of traditional musicals, with constant stinging jabs in the world of music.
Being an impromptu parody can be dangerous, but fortunately, Christopher Guest, Michael McKeanWhen Harry Shearer Transform their years of comedy experience up to 11 with absurd scene after scene of quotable lines and witty jokes.
Previous Babylon Damien Chazelle’s first feature film and arguably his best work. whipping That title came when timid drummer Andrew Niemann was lucky enough to attend a prestigious jazz academy, but his humanity was shattered by his instructor Terrence Fletcher’s destructive teaching methods. suitable for
pairing of Miles Teller As a decisive drummer, JK Simmons Because the ruthless mentor is crazy. Their intensity was unmatched, and Chazelle earned a reputation for directing what many believe to be one of the best films about an “obsessed artist” ever. rice field.
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