Biographies are an excellent way to learn about your actor, singer, or entrepreneur idol’s life. Next month’s Whitney Houston biopic is the latest. These precious ones moved us.
A relationship that goes beyond music. ❤️
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Austin Butler looked great as Elvis. The 2022 film portrayed Elvis through Colonel Tom Parker’s perspective. The film highlights Tom Parker’s financial mistreatment of the late actor and singer. The movie shows Elvis’ tribulations as an artist after the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy.
This 2019 biography showcases Motley Crue’s limitlessness. Yes, it shows the band’s path to success, but it’s “not cool.” They’ve demonstrated drug use, deceit, and vandalism, but Razzle’s death and Nikki Sixx’s “rebirth.” We don’t know if this movie was the band’s tactic to become popular again, but they talked about other odd things they’d done in interviews.
Rami Malek was fantastic as Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody. The buck teeth, silly smile, and Live Aid performance were all dead on. The movie shows Freddie Mercury’s known and unknown aspects. The film also shows Freddie’s LGBT journey and AIDS fight, which led to his early death. We enjoyed the tale but especially the Queen music.
Weird Al Yankovic knows how to make his audience laugh. Daniel Radcliffe plays Weird Al in this 2022 biographical satire. The biography follows the parody musician from when he started playing accordion to generating parody hits. From Eat It to Like A Surgeon, the movie features all the funny snippets Weird Al plans to release.
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Soaked in Bleach is a 2015 docu-biography. This show shows Kurt Cobain’s death in detail. The movie follows Tom Grant and the private investigator Courtney Love hired to find Kurt. This docudrama explores the theory that Cobain’s death wasn’t a suicide. The information may make you rethink Courtney Love.
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