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  • Release Year: 2018
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.3 IMDB
    Cast:  Elvis Presley, Kristen Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg, Michael J. Fox

    "Bad Reputation" is a powerful and inspiring documentary film that tells the story of rock icon Joan Jett. Directed by Kevin Kerslake, the film traces Jett's journey from her early days in the pioneering all-girl band The Runaways to her emergence as a solo artist with hits like "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" and "Bad Reputation". The film features rare archival footage and intimate interviews with Jett and her collaborators, shedding light on the challenges she faced as a woman in a male-dominated industry and the creative vision that drove her to break down barriers and forge her own path. One of the standout features of "Bad Reputation" is the way it captures the spirit of Jett's music and the impact it has had on generations of fans. From her defiant anthems to her raw, uncompromising stage presence, Jett's music has always been a powerful force for change and self-expression. The film also explores Jett's collaborations with other musicians and her influence on the broader cultural landscape. From her work with the riot grrrl movement to her advocacy for animal rights, Jett has always been a trailblazing figure who has used her platform to speak out on issues she cares deeply about. Overall, "Bad Reputation" is a must-see documentary film that celebrates the life and legacy of a true rock 'n' roll icon. With its rare archival footage, intimate interviews, and inspiring message of artistic vision and uncompromising self-expression, it is a film that will resonate with music fans and anyone who has ever felt like an outsider or a rebel with a cause.

  • Release Year: 2004
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.3 IMDB
    Cast:  Patrick Warburton, Jennifer Tilly, Steve Buscemi, Judi Dench

    "Home on the Range" introduces us to Maggie, a sassy and determined cow who resides on the Patch of Heaven farm. Alongside her fellow barnyard companions, the optimistic and clumsy cow Grace, and the hypochondriacal and melodramatic horse Mrs. Calloway, they face an alarming threat: the farm is at risk of being sold due to financial troubles. In a desperate bid to save their home, the trio sets off on an adventure to capture the notorious cattle rustler, Alameda Slim. They discover that Slim has been stealing the cows in the surrounding area, contributing to the decline of the local farms. If they can bring him to justice and collect the reward, they may just have a chance to save Patch of Heaven. As Maggie, Grace, and Mrs. Calloway venture into the wide-open frontier, they encounter a host of colorful characters, including a love-struck horse named Buck, a trigger-happy bounty hunter named Rico, and a mischievous rabbit named Lucky Jack. Together, they navigate the challenges of the Wild West, relying on their unique strengths and newfound friendship to outwit Alameda Slim and his gang of cattle-stealing henchmen. Throughout their perilous journey, the trio learns valuable lessons about teamwork, perseverance, and the importance of standing up for what they believe in. Along the way, they discover that home is not just a place, but a sense of belonging and the bonds of friendship that can overcome any obstacle. "Home on the Range" enchants viewers with its vibrant animation, toe-tapping musical numbers, and a lighthearted story that captures the spirit of the Wild West. The film blends comedy, adventure, and heartfelt moments to deliver an entertaining and uplifting experience for audiences of all ages. With its memorable characters and messages of friendship and courage, "Home on the Range" reminds us that sometimes the unlikeliest of heroes can make a difference. It celebrates the resilience of the human (and animal) spirit, and the power of unity in the face of adversity. "Home on the Range" is a delightful animated film that will leave viewers singing along, laughing, and rooting for its lovable characters as they embark on a journey of self-discovery and save their beloved farm from peril.

  • Genre:  Action, Comedy, Drama, Music
    Release Year: 2009
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.3 IMDB
    Cast:  Rhys Ifans, Tom Sturridge, Caroline Boulton, Gemma Arterton

    "The Boat That Rocked" takes place in the swinging 1960s, a time when the British music scene was dominated by traditional, conservative radio stations that offered limited airtime to rock and pop music. In defiance of this cultural repression, a group of passionate and rebellious DJs takes to the seas on a pirate radio ship called Radio Rock. Led by the charismatic and free-spirited Quentin (played by a talented actor), the DJs, including the likes of The Count, Dave, and Simon, broadcast their infectious enthusiasm for rock and roll 24 hours a day, captivating listeners across the country. Their energy, irreverence, and dedication to the music make them heroes to a generation hungry for change. As they navigate the challenges of living in close quarters and evading authorities who are determined to shut them down, the DJs form a tight-knit community filled with humor, camaraderie, and a shared passion for the transformative power of rock music. Amid the laughter and camaraderie, romantic entanglements and conflicts arise, testing the bonds of friendship on the ship. Relationships between the DJs and the various women in their lives add depth and emotional resonance to the story, creating a tapestry of love, longing, and personal growth. "The Boat That Rocked" captures the essence of the 1960s, an era of cultural revolution and social change. It explores the clash between traditional values and the youthful desire for freedom and self-expression. Through its vibrant characters and memorable soundtrack, the film immerses audiences in the infectious energy of rock and roll and its ability to transcend barriers and unite people. With its blend of comedy, drama, and heartfelt moments, "The Boat That Rocked" is a celebration of rebellion, friendship, and the enduring power of music. It reminds us of the importance of standing up for what we believe in and cherishing the cultural movements that have shaped our lives.

  • Release Year: 2016
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 8 IMDB
    Cast:  Sonoya Mizuno, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, J.K. Simmons

    The movie tells the story of Sebastian (played by Gosling), a jazz pianist, and Mia (played by Stone), an aspiring actress, who meet and fall in love in Los Angeles. Set against the backdrop of a vibrant and colorful Los Angeles, "La La Land" features musical numbers and choreographed dance sequences, paying tribute to classic Hollywood musicals while also exploring contemporary themes of love, ambition, and the pursuit of dreams. As Sebastian and Mia's relationship blossoms, they face obstacles and setbacks in their careers, which ultimately puts a strain on their romance. The film explores the tension between following one's passion and pursuing a relationship, and the sacrifices that come with those choices. "La La Land" was a critical and commercial success, receiving widespread acclaim for its music, performances, and direction. The film was nominated for a record-tying 14 Academy Awards, winning six, including Best Director for Chazelle, Best Actress for Stone, and Best Original Score and Best Original Song for its musical numbers. Overall, "La La Land" is a visually stunning and emotionally powerful film that showcases the talents of its cast and crew. The movie is a must-see for fans of musicals and romantic comedies, as well as those interested in exploring the challenges of pursuing one's dreams in the entertainment industry.

  • Release Year: 2017
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.6 IMDB
    Cast:  Lily James, Jon Bernthal, Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx

    Baby is forced to work for Doc as a result of a debt he owes, but dreams of a better life with his girlfriend Debora (played by James). As Baby becomes more involved in Doc's criminal activities, he begins to realize the danger he's in and the consequences of his actions. The film is notable for its impressive car chases and choreographed action sequences, all of which are set to an eclectic soundtrack that reflects Baby's love of music. As the story progresses, Baby's relationships with the other characters become more complicated, leading to a tense and action-packed finale. "Baby Driver" received critical acclaim for its stylish direction, energetic performances, and inventive use of music. The movie was a box office success, grossing over $226 million worldwide, and was nominated for three Academy Awards, winning for Best Film Editing. Overall, "Baby Driver" is a thrilling and entertaining ride that showcases Wright's unique visual style and Elgort's breakout performance. The film is a must-see for fans of action movies and heist films, as well as those who appreciate stylish and innovative filmmaking.

  • Genre:  Action, Drama, Music
    Release Year: 1983
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.3 IMDB
    Cast:  Ellen Barkin, Robert Duvall, Wilford Brimley, Betty Buckley

    The film revolves around the life of Mac Sledge, a washed-up country music singer whose career has been derailed by alcoholism and personal tragedies. At his lowest point, Mac finds himself living in a small Texas town, working odd jobs to make ends meet. It is there that he encounters Rosa Lee, a kind and resilient widow who runs a roadside motel. Mac and Rosa Lee form an unlikely connection, and she offers him a chance at redemption and stability. With her unwavering support and the nurturing environment she provides, Mac begins to rebuild his life. He finds solace in the simplicity of his surroundings and discovers a renewed passion for music. As Mac gradually becomes a part of Rosa Lee's family, he must confront his troubled past, make amends for his mistakes, and confront the demons that continue to haunt him. With Rosa Lee's love and the help of his newfound community, Mac learns the power of forgiveness and the transformative potential of embracing love and faith. "Tender Mercies" is a gentle exploration of human fragility, resilience, and the healing power of relationships. Through its subtle and nuanced storytelling, the film celebrates the quiet moments of life, emphasizing the importance of self-reflection and the ability to find grace in the face of adversity. Featuring a remarkable performance by Robert Duvall as Mac Sledge, "Tender Mercies" captures the essence of a broken man seeking redemption and a chance at a new beginning. It is a deeply introspective film that resonates with its raw emotional depth and its emphasis on the capacity for change, reminding viewers that even in the darkest of times, there is hope for a brighter tomorrow. Prepare to be moved by the soul-stirring music, the heartfelt performances, and the profound messages of love, forgiveness, and personal growth that lie at the heart of "Tender Mercies."

  • Release Year: 1965
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 8.3 IMDB

    Charlie Brown, the lovable and often misunderstood protagonist, finds himself disheartened by the commercialization of Christmas. Feeling lost and disconnected, he embarks on a quest to discover the true meaning of the holiday. Alongside his faithful dog Snoopy and his friends, including Linus, Lucy, and Sally, Charlie Brown sets out to find the perfect Christmas tree for their school play. As the group navigates the ups and downs of preparations, Charlie Brown's sincerity and unwavering belief in the holiday's spirit begin to influence those around him. Despite setbacks and ridicule, he remains determined to remind everyone of the true essence of Christmas – the joy of giving, the beauty of simple traditions, and the warmth of togetherness. Through heartfelt moments and lessons learned, the film emphasizes the power of love, friendship, and community. It also showcases the enduring bond between Charlie Brown and his loyal friend Linus, who delivers a memorable speech about the true meaning of Christmas, drawing from the Bible's account of the birth of Jesus. With its iconic jazz soundtrack composed by Vince Guaraldi, "A Charlie Brown Christmas" weaves together joyful and melancholic melodies that have become synonymous with the holiday season. The film's animation style, characterized by simple yet expressive characters and enchanting scenes, further adds to its timeless appeal. "A Charlie Brown Christmas" has become a beloved holiday tradition for generations of viewers. Its touching message, relatable characters, and enduring charm remind us all to pause, reflect, and cherish the simple joys and heartfelt moments that make the holiday season truly special. So gather your loved ones, join the Peanuts gang, and celebrate the spirit of Christmas with this timeless classic that continues to warm hearts and spread holiday cheer year after year.

  • Genre:  Action, Biography, Drama, Music
    Release Year: 2018
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.9 IMDB
    Cast:  Lucy Boynton, Rami Malek, Aidan Gillen, Mike Myers

    The film takes viewers on a journey through some of the most iconic moments of Mercury's career, including his memorable performance at the Live Aid concert in 1985. Along the way, it explores Mercury's personal struggles and relationships, as well as his creative process and the creation of some of Queen's most beloved songs. "Bohemian Rhapsody" was praised for its outstanding performances, particularly Malek's portrayal of Mercury, which earned him an Academy Award for Best Actor. The film also received accolades for its stunning visual effects and faithful recreation of Queen's music and performances. While some critics noted that the movie glossed over some of the more controversial aspects of Mercury's life, such as his sexuality and relationships, others praised it for focusing on the positive and uplifting aspects of his legacy. Overall, "Bohemian Rhapsody" is a must-see film for fans of Queen and anyone interested in the story of one of the most iconic musicians of all time.

  • Release Year: 1998
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.6 IMDB
    Cast:  Samuel L. Jackson, Sandra Oh, Greta Scacchi, Colm Feore

    "The Red Violin" begins in the late 17th century when master violin maker Nicolo Bussotti crafts a magnificent violin infused with his passion, talent, and a touch of the red varnish from the blood of his deceased wife. This instrument becomes known as the Red Violin, and its exceptional sound and exquisite beauty captivate all who encounter it. Over the centuries, the Red Violin travels across different continents and cultures, each time leaving its mark on the lives of those who possess it. From an orphanage in 18th-century Austria to a virtuoso violinist's hands in 19th-century England, and even to the auction houses of modern-day Montreal, the violin becomes a symbol of desire, ambition, and unfulfilled longing. Through its journey, the Red Violin impacts the lives of various individuals: a young girl prodigy, a concert violinist, a troubled composer, and a violin expert. Each owner becomes entwined with the instrument, experiencing its unique power and the profound emotions it evokes. As the film unfolds, we witness the dramatic and often tragic events surrounding the violin's owners, their love affairs, struggles, and sacrifices. The violin becomes a mirror reflecting their desires, passions, and untapped potential. Meanwhile, Charles Morritz, a renowned violin expert, becomes obsessed with authenticating the Red Violin's origin and discovering the secrets hidden within its centuries-old wood. His quest leads him on a journey of discovery, encountering a web of intrigue, deception, and the mysteries of the human spirit. "The Red Violin" is not only a story about the instrument itself but also a reflection on the power of music as a means of expression and connection. It explores themes of creativity, obsession, and the transformative nature of art. Through the exquisite music that emanates from the violin, the film transcends time and culture, resonating with audiences on a deeply emotional level. With its stunning visuals, intricate storytelling, and a sweeping musical score by composer John Corigliano, "The Red Violin" offers a cinematic experience that immerses viewers in a world of beauty, passion, and the enduring legacy of a remarkable instrument. It is a testament to the transcendent power of art and the profound impact it can have on the lives of those who encounter it.

  • Genre:  Comedy, Drama, Music, Action
    Release Year: 2019
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.5 IMDB
    Cast:  Tim Key, Earl Cave, Monica Dolan, Nathanael Saleh

    The Inbetweeners star Simon Bird's directorial debut is a funny, charming and wince-inducingly accurate adaptation of Joff Winterhart's graphic novel, with a soundtrack by Belle & Sebastian. Days of the Bagnold Summer (2019) sweetly draws you into the wobbly relationship between well-intentioned single librarian Sue Bagnold and her black-clad teenage son Daniel, who'd rather listen to Metallica than his mother. Daniel was meant to spend the summer in Florida visiting his dad, but is now stuck with Mum following the trip's cancellation. The film boasts supporting turns by Rob Brydon and Alice Lowe, but belongs to its two leads. Long-suffering Sue is sympathetically portrayed by Monica Dolan, with Earl Cave's Daniel a suitably lank-haired, pale-skinned picture of adolescent metal-head angst.

  • Genre:  Drama, Music
    Release Year: 1930
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.7 IMDB
    Cast:  Marlene Dietrich

    "The Blue Angel" follows the story of Professor Immanuel Rath, a strict and conservative schoolteacher who prides himself on his discipline and integrity. One day, Rath discovers that his students have been passing around risqué photographs of a cabaret performer named Lola Lola, who performs at a seedy nightclub called "The Blue Angel." In an attempt to regain control over his unruly students, Rath decides to visit the club to confront Lola Lola. However, he becomes instantly captivated by her beauty, charisma, and sensuality. Mesmerized by her seductive performances, Rath becomes infatuated and falls deeply in love with Lola. As Rath's obsession grows, he becomes a regular at the club, forsaking his professional reputation and social standing. He forsakes his career and marriage, surrendering himself entirely to Lola's enchanting allure. But as Rath descends further into his passionate obsession, he becomes increasingly isolated and degraded. As time goes on, the once-respected professor finds himself performing as a clown in Lola's act, ridiculed and humiliated by the very woman who captured his heart. Lola, aware of Rath's vulnerability, takes advantage of his love-stricken state, leading him further into a spiral of degradation and despair. "The Blue Angel" delves into the psychological torment of Rath as he grapples with his own desires, the loss of his identity, and the consequences of his actions. The film explores themes of power dynamics, societal constraints, and the destructive nature of unrequited love. Ultimately, Rath's obsession with Lola Lola leads him down a path of self-destruction, as he realizes the futility of his love and the depths of his own weakness. His journey serves as a cautionary tale, showcasing the consequences of allowing passion to overpower reason and the dangers of surrendering oneself to an intoxicating desire. "The Blue Angel" is a haunting and poignant exploration of human vulnerability, the seductive power of temptation, and the tragic consequences of unbridled passion. Through its evocative storytelling and compelling performances, the film examines the fragility of the human psyche and the destructive forces that can unravel even the most respectable individuals. With its striking visuals and a powerful portrayal of desire and downfall, "The Blue Angel" remains an enduring classic that continues to captivate audiences with its timeless exploration of human nature and the complexities of love.

  • Release Year: 1957
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.5 IMDB
    Cast:  Elvis Presley, Judy Tyler, Dean Jones, Bill Hickman

    The film tells the story of a young man named Vince Everett, who is sentenced to prison for manslaughter. While in prison, he learns to play guitar and develops a talent for singing. After being released, Vince tries to make it in the music industry but struggles to find success. He eventually meets a record producer who recognizes his talent and helps him become a star. Along the way, Vince falls in love with a dancer named Peggy, but their relationship is complicated by jealousy and professional rivalries. The film features several iconic musical performances by Elvis Presley, including the title song "Jailhouse Rock," which became a hit and is still considered one of his most popular songs. The movie also explores themes of redemption, ambition, and the corrupting influence of fame. "Jailhouse Rock" was praised for its innovative choreography and energetic musical performances, which helped establish Elvis Presley as a cultural icon. The film's combination of rock and roll music, youthful rebellion, and Elvis's charismatic performance made it a hit with audiences and helped to define the genre of rock and roll in the late 1950s. It is recommended for fans of Elvis Presley and classic musicals.

  • Release Year: 2019
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.3 IMDB
    Cast:  Bryce Dallas Howard, Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden

    The film starts with superstar rocker Elton Hercules John (Taron Egerton) walking into a room while wearing a gaudy orange devil-type outfit like he's about to perform. It turns out he is really attending a group meeting for addicts. He sits down to join the group and explains that he is a drug and sex addict, plus an alcoholic, and he wants to get better before it gets worse. The group coordinator asks Elton to talk about his childhood.Starting with a series of flashbacks, Elton, then known simply as his birth name Reginald Kenneth "Reggie" Dwight (here played by Matthew Illesley), was a shy but polite child living in suburban Middlesex county in the 1950s ("The Bitch is Back") with his emotionally vacant mother Sheila Eileen (Bryce Dallas Howard) and more loving grandmother Ivy (Gemma Jones). His domineering father Stanley (Steven Mackintosh) is even worse than his mother, as he constantly controls his son's actions and doesn't even bother with showing him affection. Reggie then starts to take an interest in music, and so Sheila and Ivy sign him up for piano lessons.In a jump forward to the 1960s, as a teenager (now played by Kit Connor), Reggie starts to attend a music academy in London to improve his skills. At one point, Reggie catches Sheila in a car with another man, Fred (Tom Bennett). Stanley finds out and uses it as an opportunity to leave for good. Reggie is distraught that Stanley didn't even bother to say goodbye to him.Reggie then plays at a nearby pub in front of Sheila and Ivy, plus a bunch of rude drunks. He shows off his talent ("Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting") and grows into a performer where he joins his own band, Bluesology. The group gets booked to do shows for two quid a week each. They meet and play with another musician named Wilson (Jason Pennycooke) and his group. Reggie takes notes from him, and also starts to take his sexuality into account when Wilson kisses him before a show one night. Reggie even considers changing his name, taking "Elton" from the band's sax player Elton Dean (Evan Walsh), who doesn't approve of Reggie taking the name idea.Reggie then answers an ad from music executive Ray Williams (Charlie Rowe) and meets with him. He plays a bit of the piano for him and impresses Ray, and when he asks his name, Reggie officially calls himself Elton John (taking "John" from a framed picture of The Beatles' John Lennon). Ray's boss Dick James (Stephen Graham) comes in and orders Ray out of his office. Before Elton leaves, Ray gives him a folder with written songs in it and tells him to look them over.Now officially known as Elton John, he then contacts the songs' writer, Bernie Taupin (Jamie Bell). The two meet for the first time in a restaurant where they express a shared love for music by singing "Streets of Laredo". The two live separately and collaborate for music, but when they present the songs to Dick, he calls it all rubbish and suggests the two live together so that they can work together and know how to write better music. Elton and Bernie then find a place to live in, and Elton begins to see their landlady, Arabella. However, Wilson and his band-mates know Elton is actually gay. He asks Bernie if he would have a problem with that, and Bernie sincerely tells him he has no problem with it. Unfortunately, when Arabella finds out, she kicks both men out, forcing them to go back and live with Sheila.Elton and Bernie start to create music that Dick loves ("Your Song"), and he books them shows in America at The Troubadour. They travel with Ray and meet the club's manager Doug Weston (Tate Donovan). Just before their debut performance, Elton hides in the bathroom and gets nervous when he hears that already established acts are performing before him, but Ray and Bernie make him go out to play. Elton gets behind the piano and starts to play "Crocodile Rock", which the whole audience loves and joins him onstage to dance to. Later, the guys attend a party at Mama Cass's where Elton meets music producer John Reid (Richard Madden). He liked what he heard from Elton, but also appears to have more than a musical interest in him. The two go to a room where they have sex.Upon returning to the UK, Elton and Bernie part ways with a dismayed Dick and Ray to start working for Reid. He helps build Elton's career and helps him skyrocket to superstar status. Meanwhile, Elton continues to struggle with personal problems. He pays Stanley a visit in his new home and sees that he has two young sons that he seems to care for more than he ever did with Elton. Stanley shows Elton that he has a record of his and asks if he could sign it, but rather for a co-worker of his instead of himself. As Elton leaves Stanley for the last time, he sees the man pick up one of his sons affectionately, bringing Elton to tears. In the present day as he recounts this, he becomes angered and throws his chair, and also starts to gradually shed his outfit.Elton is seen recording "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" with Kiki Dee (Rachel Muldoon), but he has them take a quick break so that he and Reid can have sex in a nearby room.On their way to a show, Elton orders the driver to stop a car so he can run to a phone booth and call Sheila to come out to her. She says she has always known and doesn't really care about it, but she tells her son that he is choosing to be alone forever. After the call, Reid shows his more abusive and controlling side by ordering Elton to get himself together and perform. Elton even later catches him receiving a blowjob from his secretary. To hide his sorrows and insecurities, Elton starts to drink, do drugs, and wear flashy but ridiculous outfits.Elton starts to become more emotionally unstable and depressed. During a party, he takes a handful of pills and a large swig of vodka before going to the pool to announce to everyone that he is going to kill himself. He falls into the pool and lets himself sink to the bottom where he sees a vision of himself as a child playing "Rocketman". The other party-goers and medics pull Elton out of the water and have his stomach pumped. This transitions to him performing "Rocketman" in concert.Sometime later in the 1980's, Elton meets Renate Blauel (Celine Schoenmaker) and later marries her, but the marriage quickly proves to be a loveless sham, and they divorce soon enough.Elton finds out that Reid has been skimming money from his record sales. He wants to get rid of John, but the smug prick reminds him that he'll still be collecting his 20% even if Elton kills himself. Elton later has dinner with Sheila and Fred (whom she has long since married), which turns sour quick when they get into an argument, and Sheila says she has always found being his mother to be an embarrassment. This carries over to Elton and Bernie getting into a fight.Elton is set to perform at Madison Square Garden in the devil outfit he was seen in earlier, but as he starts to do some coke, his nose starts to bleed. Realizing he has a serious problem, he bails from the concert and heads to the group therapy session. With him finished telling his story, he then has a vision of every major person in his life (Sheila, Stanley, Ivy, Bernie, and Reid) talking to him. Ivy remains encouraging, and Elton says he no longer cares for his parents' opinions. He also doesn't feel controlled by Reid anymore, and he remains firm in his friendship with Bernie. He then sees his younger self and gives him the hug he always wanted. Elton later stays in a rehab center where he is visited by Bernie, who calls Elton his brother.Elton later gets better and continues to perform ("I'm Still Standing").The final text states that Elton John has been sober for nearly 30 years. He organized a charity for people around the world with AIDS, and he has found love for the last 25 years with David Furnish. He and Bernie Taupin have been collaborating for the last 50 years, and they remain great friends to this day. Elton has recently retired from touring to focus on raising his sons Zachary and Elijah with David.

  • Genre:  Action, Comedy, Drama, Music
    Release Year: 2014
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 4.5 IMDB
    Cast:  Wilmer Valderrama, Patrick Warburton, Kevin Hart, Pete Davidson

    High-schooler Jason has found his dream girl: the gorgeous Anastacia. There's just one problem: she doesn't know he exists. If he can win a spot on the school's hottest dance crew, Jason might have a shot. But before he does, he needs to overcome his battle-ax of a mother, survive Anastacia's gangsta brother, and pass the crew's initiation.—Lionsgate

  • Release Year: 1948
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7 IMDB
    Cast:  Doris Day, Don DeFore, S.Z. Sakall, Janis Paige

    Socialite Elvira Kent suspects her husband of fooling around with other women. When he announces he can't join her on their scheduled ocean voyage, she hires a nightclub singer, Georgia Garrett, to pose as her on the cruise. Elvira stays at a hotel near home so she can spy on her husband. She's unaware, however, that her husband has hired a detective, Peter Virgil, to keep an eye on her at sea. Of course, Peter doesn't realize that Georgia is not Mrs. Kent...—Daniel Bubbeo