The 10 Best Non-Musical Movies About Music

With the people’s passion for innovation Damien Chazelle epic Babylonthe director opened up to GameSpot when asked where and how to start in his catalog Babylon sums up his entire past filmography: “I would either do it chronologically, or I would go in and start. Babylon, ignore the previous ones. Because they are all inside Babylon anyway, you get three for one.”

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Between Whiplash and La La Land, Chazelle shows that not all movies have to stick so strictly to one genre. This is especially true when it comes to movies and the subject of music Whiplash or movies like walk the line or school of rock, their timeliness may point to their theatrical and musical nature. It doesn’t have to be this way, and many musicals aren’t musicals at all, but instead focus on other genres.

“Walking the line” (2005)

2005 biography walk the line chronicles the successes and struggles of the famous country and blues singer Johnny Cashfrom humble beginnings to stardom and complicated relationships june carter.

Featuring some of Johnny Cash’s biggest hits like ‘Ring of Fire’, ‘Jackson’ and the title track ‘I Walk the Line’, this genre’s approach is more about drama and relationship dynamics. Respected by between its two protagonists Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon. Like the best movie romances, their chemistry is electrifying and the story handles its serious moments with strong emotional intensity.

‘8 Mile’ (2002)

In Eminemis the only major role in the movie, 8 miles It follows the largely autobiographical story of a rapper struggling to make a name for himself as an artist in Detroit and break down the barriers of biased expectations in hip-hop.

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A legacy, it seems, more than 20 years after its release 8 miles it was defeated by the universal success of its spin-off single “Lose Yourself”. However, the film behind the song is not musical by design and still keeps its narrative personal and serious.

“School of Rock” (2003)

Jack Black stars school of rock as guitarist Dewey Finn, when he lands a “gig” as a fifth-grade substitute teacher, secretly teaching his students rock music instead of math or science. Although there is a funny concert at the end of the movie, the majority of the movie is Dewey trying to get out of the trouble he finds himself in and please everyone around him in various humorous situations.

school of rock it’s such a blast. Packed to the brim with the decade’s most beloved children’s shows and great moments, acclaimed director Richard Linklater maintains his signature heartwarming style in this heartwarming 2003 comedy outing.

“Friend” (2015)

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A fascinating, thrilling and heartbreaking documentary Amy follows the rise and eventual fall of the talented Amy Winehouse from the ambitious teenage years to the discovery of success. This results in a tragic descent into alcoholism and drug addiction.

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Filled with rare and difficult footage and footage of the late star, this musical documentary is delightfully captivating. Winehouse’s career rise is an emotional roller coaster delivered with profound beauty: the passion and respect for Winehouse is clear to all who know her.

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)

Introspective and thoughtful, Inside Llewyn Davis it is a methodical reflection of the artist’s anxiety. Oscar Isaac He plays the title character as a struggling folk singer who struggles with hopeful perseverance in the face of the harsh realities of his situation in 1960s New York. With an excellent original score, this 2013 drama shines a light on the melancholic grounds for creative pursuits.

Joel and Ethan Cohen are directors known for their versatility and eclecticism, therefore Inside Llewyn Davis stand out in their catalog: the film’s gentle, empathetic appeal shines through as Isaac delivers one of his best performances.

“A Mighty Wind” (2003)

Strong wind He is the spiritual follower of the troublemakers Christopher Guest fraud Best of Show and follows a group of ’60s folk musicians who reunite on stage for one last concert at New York’s Town Hall.

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comedy above all else Strong wind It’s devoted to its characters and setting, sometimes even forgoing jokes to focus on the 1960s folk music atmosphere. Thankfully, the performances are fantastic and engage the audience for lack of consistent laughs.

“Amedee” (1984)

Amedee is a perfect symphony of explosive performances, complex stories and, of course, incredible music. Fierce one-sided competition between composers Antoine Salieri and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Salieri is at the center of this fascinating dramatic biopic as he recounts how his eccentric young rival managed to change the world of music.

Unconventional “biopic” in the sense that it mainly depicts fictional accounts of history, Amedee he caricatures his subjects to enhance the myth. Salieri’s jealous rage and Mozart’s persistent eccentricity collide beyond reality to illuminate the meaning of artistic heritage.

“Almost Famous” (2000)

Although now a Broadway musical, the original comedy-drama is almost known rather, it’s the story of an ambitious 15-year-old whose love for rock music leads to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Rolling Stone magazine to interview and tour with a promising new band.

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Be the main favorite Cameron Crowe appreciated by many for its semi-autobiographical picture-based characters and accuracy of coming-of-age experience. Patrick runs away, Frances McDormand, Kate Hudsonand many more present original and inspired performances.

“It’s a Spine Touch” (1984)

One of the most popular mockups of all time, This is Spinal Tap A brilliantly satirical showcase of ’80s rock culture, it chronicles the fictional British heavy metal band Spinal Tap’s year-long tour with hilarious results. It really plays almost the opposite of a traditional musical, with constant bites at the world of music.

Being an improvisational parody can be risky, but fortunately their core group is Christopher Guest, Michael McKeanand Harry Shearer Turn 11 years of comedy experience into absurd scene after scene of witty quotes and jokes.

“Whiplash” (2014)

First Babylon Damien Chazelle’s feature debut has arrived, and it’s arguably his best yet. Whiplash shy drummer Andrew Nieman lives up to his title when he finds himself lucky enough to study at a prestigious jazz academy, only to have his humanity shattered by the destructive teaching methods of his instructor, Terence Fletcher.

Mating Miles Teller as a determined drummer and JK Simmons because a ruthless mentor is charming. Their intensity is unparalleled, and Chazelle is credited with directing what many consider one of the greatest “artist passion” films of all time.

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