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  • U2: Innocence + Experience, Live in Paris (2015)

    2015

    1h 37m

    8.3 IMDB

    Cast:  Bono
    U2 perform a rescheduled live show at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France in the aftermath of the November 13 Paris Attacks as part of the final shows of the European leg of their Innocence + Experience Tour.
  • Dardara (2021)

    2021

    1h 37m

    7.6 IMDB

    After 25 years of non-stop creation and at the peak of their career, the rock band Berri Txarrak decided to hang up their instruments. But before they did that, and as a farewell, they did one last tour around the world to thank all those fans who had bopped to their music all those years. Filmmaker Marina Lameiro went with them with the intention of recording the occasion, construct-Eng a choral portrait from diverse stories that range from Spain to Mexico, Germany, Japan, the United States, etc., all marked by a common passion: the music of Berri Txarrak. We see what their songs have left behind in a story that follows the final steps of a group capable of transcending a style, a language, and several generations to become a universal phenomenon. Dardara (Trembling) is a documentary that progresses through the lyrics and reflections of Gorka Urbizu, author of the group's songs for a quarter of a century and who now faces the vertigo of a creative future that is yet to be written. A film about the power of music and passion - the "minimum requirement," as one of their lyrics says. Passion is what has guided them from their beginnings to this last tour and what has allowed them to become an important part of the life of thousands of people.
  • 2022 MTV Video Music Awards (2022)

    2022

    1h 37m

    3.8 IMDB

    Cast:  Lili Reinhart, Harry Styles, Bebe Rexha, Johnny Depp
    LL Cool J, Nicki Minaj and Jack Harlow host the celebration of the best music videos of 2022; Nicki Minaj receives the Video Vanguard Award; scheduled performers include Snoop Dogg and Eminem, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lizzo.
  • Trances (1981)

    1981

    1h 37m

    6.7 IMDB

    "Trances" is a powerful and captivating film that explores the music and impact of the Moroccan band Nass El Ghiwane. Through a combination of interviews, live performances, and historical footage, the film takes us on a journey into the heart of Moroccan culture in the 1970s, and the role that Nass El Ghiwane played in shaping it. At its core, "Trances" is a celebration of the power of music to transcend social and political boundaries, and to give voice to the struggles and aspirations of ordinary people. Through their innovative fusion of traditional Moroccan music with Western rock and pop influences, Nass El Ghiwane created a sound that was both deeply rooted in Moroccan culture and open to the world. The film also explores the social and political context in which the band emerged, at a time when Morocco was undergoing profound changes and struggles for independence. Through their music and lyrics, Nass El Ghiwane became a voice for the marginalized and oppressed, addressing issues such as poverty, corruption, and the struggle for freedom. What makes "Trances" such a compelling film is the way in which it blends documentary-style footage with music and performance. The film takes us inside the world of Nass El Ghiwane, showing us the band members at work and at play, and giving us a glimpse of the profound connection they shared with their audiences. The music of Nass El Ghiwane is the heartbeat of the film, and it is impossible not to be moved by the energy and passion of their performances. The band members are all gifted musicians and performers, and their music speaks to the soul of Moroccan culture and society. Ultimately, "Trances" is a film about the power of art and creativity to bring people together, to transcend social and political boundaries, and to give voice to the struggles and aspirations of ordinary people. It is a film that celebrates the resilience and strength of the human spirit, and the enduring power of music to inspire and uplift us all.
  • Elvis (2022)

    2022

    1h 37m

    7.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Austin Butler, Tom Hanks, Dacre Montgomery, Olivia DeJonge
    Elvis follows the story of infamous rock 'n' roll star Elvis Presley seen through the eyes of his controversial manager Colonel Tom Parker. The film explores Elvis Presley's highs and lows and the many challenges and controversies he received throughout his career.
  • Bo Burnham: Words, Words, Words (2010)

    2010

    1h 37m

    8.1 IMDB

    Cast:  Bo Burnham
    Bo Burnham: Words, Words, Words (2010) is a musical comedy special that showcases the multi-talented comedian's gift for writing witty and poignant songs. Burnham first gained fame on YouTube with his satirical songs, and Words, Words, Words further cemented his status as a musical comedy genius. One of the standout features of Words, Words, Words is Burnham's ability to blend humor and social commentary in his music. He explores a wide range of topics, including politics, religion, love, and relationships, with his sharp wit and incisive lyrics. His songs are both hilarious and poignant, and they shed light on important issues in a way that is both entertaining and thought-provoking. One of the most memorable songs in Words, Words, Words is "Art is Dead," in which Burnham deconstructs the commercialization of the entertainment industry and the superficiality of modern art. He cleverly blends humor and insight in this song, and it serves as a testament to his ability to use his music to make meaningful points about society. Burnham also uses his musical talent to poke fun at cultural norms and expectations. His song "Oh Bo" is a perfect example of this, as he lampoons the idea of celebrity worship and the pressure to conform to societal expectations. The song is both funny and cutting, and it speaks to Burnham's ability to use his music to address important social issues. Another strength of Words, Words, Words is Burnham's skill as a performer. He has a natural charisma and stage presence that make him an engaging and entertaining performer. He uses his physicality to add another layer to his comedy, incorporating dance and movement into his routines. Burnham's unique style and energy make Words, Words, Words a truly unforgettable comedy special. In conclusion, Bo Burnham: Words, Words, Words (2010) is a musical comedy special that is both hilarious and poignant. Burnham's ability to use his musical talent to explore important social issues and cultural norms is a testament to his skill as a performer and a songwriter. With his sharp wit, incisive lyrics, and engaging stage presence, Burnham's Words, Words, Words is a must-watch for anyone who loves smart, funny, and thought-provoking comedy.
  • To Die Like a Man (2009)

    2009

    1h 37m

    6.3 IMDB

    Cast:  Carloto Cotta
    To Die Like a Man (2009) is a Portuguese film directed by Jo√£o Pedro Rodrigues that explores the challenging and emotional journey of a transgender woman named Tonia. Set against the backdrop of Lisbon's vibrant drag scene, the film delves into the complex and often painful experiences of those who struggle to come to terms with their gender identity and seek acceptance in a society that is deeply ingrained in traditional gender norms. The film centers around Tonia, a seasoned drag performer who is struggling with her identity and the pressures of conforming to societal expectations. As Tonia navigates her journey of self-discovery, she faces a series of obstacles, including rejection from her family and the challenges of transitioning in a society that is often hostile towards trans individuals. One of the strengths of To Die Like a Man is its raw and unflinching portrayal of gender identity and acceptance. The film does not shy away from the complexities and challenges of Tonia's journey, and it paints a vivid and realistic picture of the experiences that many transgender individuals face. From the struggles of hormone therapy and surgery to the emotional toll of family rejection, the film shows the difficulties and heartbreak that come with living as a transgender person. At the same time, To Die Like a Man is also a beautifully crafted film that explores themes of love, relationships, and community. Tonia's relationships with her partner, Rosario, and her drag family provide moments of tenderness and humanity in the midst of the turmoil and pain of her journey. The film also highlights the vibrant and supportive drag community in Lisbon, showcasing the power of acceptance and love in the face of adversity. In conclusion, To Die Like a Man (2009) is a powerful and thought-provoking film that explores the complex and often painful journey of a transgender woman as she seeks acceptance and understanding in a society that is deeply ingrained in traditional gender norms. With its raw and unflinching portrayal of gender identity and acceptance, this Portuguese film is a masterpiece that is sure to leave a lasting impact on viewers.
  • Doc McStuffins The Doc Is 10! (2022)

    Cast:  Laya DeLeon Hayes, Loretta Devine, Rob Paulsen, Robbie Rist
    Doc McStuffins gets help from her friends and fans to make this her best birthday ever.
  • JK's House (2013)

    2013

    1h 37m

    7.9 IMDB

    Cast:  Robin Givens
    "JK's House" is a touching and heartwarming drama film that tells the story of a woman named JK (played by Sayuri Yoshinaga), who opens her home to troubled teenagers and helps them to heal from their past traumas. As the film unfolds, we are introduced to a group of young people who have been abandoned by their families or are struggling to overcome various personal issues. But with JK's love and guidance, they slowly begin to find hope and healing in her home. At the heart of "JK's House" is the character of JK, who is a wise and compassionate woman with a deep understanding of human suffering. Despite her own personal struggles, JK is committed to helping others and creating a safe and nurturing environment for the young people in her care. Her kindness and generosity inspire the teenagers to open up about their experiences and work towards a brighter future. The film is beautifully directed by Yasuo Furuhata, who brings a sense of warmth and intimacy to the story. The cinematography is stunning, with picturesque shots of the Japanese countryside that add to the film's overall sense of tranquility and beauty. The performances by the cast are also superb, particularly Sayuri Yoshinaga, who imbues JK with a quiet strength and resilience. One of the most striking things about "JK's House" is its message of love and redemption. The film shows that even in the face of great adversity, it is possible to find hope and healing through the power of family, friendship, and community. JK's home becomes a sanctuary for the troubled teenagers, and through their shared experiences, they are able to come to terms with their past traumas and start to build a brighter future. Overall, "JK's House" is a beautiful and heartwarming film that celebrates the power of love and compassion. With its poignant message of healing and redemption, it is a must-see for anyone who values the importance of family, friendship, and community. Whether you're in the mood for a touching drama or simply want to be inspired by the resilience of the human spirit, "JK's House" is definitely worth watching.
  • Shall We Dance? (1996)

    1996

    1h 37m

    7.7 IMDB

    Cast:  Angelique Midthunder
    Shall We Dance? is a beautiful Japanese romantic drama film that tells the story of a middle-aged Japanese businessman named Shohei Sugiyama, who finds himself feeling unfulfilled with his life and yearning for something more. After spotting a beautiful dance instructor, Mai Kishikawa, through a window, he becomes curious about the world of ballroom dancing and decides to take lessons, only to fall in love with the art form and his teacher. The film takes viewers on a journey through the world of ballroom dancing, showcasing the beauty and grace of this art form, while also exploring the complex emotions and relationships that can be formed on the dance floor. As Sugiyama becomes more involved in the world of dance, he must navigate the expectations of his conservative Japanese society, where dancing is often seen as a frivolous activity, and confront his own fears and insecurities as he pursues his passion. One of the standout features of Shall We Dance? is its stellar cast. Koji Yakusho delivers a nuanced and heartfelt performance as Sugiyama, capturing both the character's inner turmoil and his joy in dancing. Tamiyo Kusakari is also excellent as Mai, bringing both beauty and depth to her portrayal of the dance instructor. The chemistry between the two leads is palpable, making their dance scenes together all the more breathtaking. The film also touches on themes of love, passion, and relationships. Through the characters' interactions, the film shows how dance can be a way to connect with others, express oneself, and find joy in life. The societal pressures and expectations that Sugiyama and Mai face add a layer of complexity to their relationship, highlighting the challenges that can arise when pursuing one's dreams and desires. In conclusion, Shall We Dance? is a beautiful tale of love, passion, and dancing. With its stunning dance sequences, heartfelt performances, and exploration of complex themes, it is a must-see for anyone who loves romance, drama, or dance. The film is a celebration of life and all its possibilities, reminding us that it is never too late to follow our dreams and find joy in the world around us. So, put on your dancing shoes and join Sugiyama and Mai on their journey in Shall We Dance?
  • Notes from Dad (2013)

    2013

    1h 37m

    6.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Josie Davis, Michael Beach, Eddie Cibrian, Kim Myers
    "Notes from Dad" is a touching drama that reminds us of the importance of family and the power of love. Directed by Eriq La Salle, this movie is a beautiful representation of the bond between a father and his daughter. The movie follows the story of Meg (Kiana Madeira), a teenage girl who is struggling to connect with her distant father David (Eugene Clark) after the loss of her mother. David is a workaholic who is often absent from Meg's life, leaving her feeling alone and unloved. But everything changes when Meg discovers a stack of letters written to her by her mother before she passed away. Through these letters, Meg learns about her mother's love and the importance of family, and David finally realizes the true value of being there for his daughter. "Notes from Dad" is a heartwarming movie that will leave you feeling inspired and grateful for the people in your life. It's a reminder that no matter how busy we may get, we should never forget the ones we love and the impact they have on our lives. The movie beautifully portrays the relationship between Meg and her father, and the struggles they face as they try to connect with each other. It's a story that many of us can relate to, as we've all experienced moments of distance and miscommunication in our relationships with loved ones. One of the most compelling aspects of the movie is the letters written by Meg's mother. Through these letters, we get a glimpse of the mother-daughter bond and the love that Meg's mother had for her family. The letters are a beautiful way to keep the memory of Meg's mother alive and to help Meg understand the importance of family. The performances in "Notes from Dad" are outstanding, particularly from Kiana Madeira who brings a raw emotion to her role as Meg. Eugene Clark also delivers a strong performance as David, portraying the character's transformation from a distant and uninvolved father to a loving and present one. Overall, "Notes from Dad" is a beautiful and inspiring movie that reminds us of the power of love and the importance of family. It's a movie that will leave you feeling touched and grateful for the people in your life. If you're looking for a heartwarming and emotional movie, "Notes from Dad" is a must-watch.
  • 6 Festivals (2022)

    2022

    1h 37m

    6.7 IMDB

    Maxie, Summer and James share a deep bond and love for music. When James receives a devastating diagnosis, the friends throw themselves into a whirlwind of festivals in an attempt to escape reality.
  • The Beatles and India (2021)

    2021

    1h 37m

    6.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, George Harrison
    A unique historical chronicle of the enduring love affair between The Beatles and India that started more than half a century ago. Rare archival footage, photographs and eye-witness accounts, along with location shoots across India, bring alive the fascinating journey of George, John, Paul and Ringo from their high-octane celebrity lives in the West to a remote Himalayan ashram in search of spiritual bliss - a time that inspired an unprecedented burst of creative songwriting. This is the first serious exploration of how India helped shape the evolution of the iconic band, and how they helped bridge two vastly different cultures.
  • Rip Up the Road (2019)

    2019

    1h 37m

    7.9 IMDB

    Captures a very specific snapshot of one of this generation's most beloved and progressive bands, Foals.
  • I Used to Be Famous (2022)

    2022

    1h 37m

    6.7 IMDB

    Cast:  Ed Skrein, Eleanor Matsuura, Eoin Macken, Leo Long
    Follows Vince, a desperate former popstar who dreams of making a comeback. An impromptu jam session with autistic young drummer Stevie sparks an unexpected friendship between the two misunderstood musicians.