Linda Ronstadt’s glorious career makes for a marvelous film. Click the title to read my entire review.
When banker Andy Dufresne is wrongfully imprisoned for the murder of his cheating wife, he forms a friendship with Red that benefits both & finally enables him to outwit the warden.
This film is guaranteed to raise your spirits! Click the movie title to read my entire review.
Chronicles the brief period in Laurel Canyon during the 1960s when a concentration of musicians created folk rock or the California Sound.
In this ironically titled musical an aspiring actress & a would-be jazz pianist meet in Hollywood, fall in love, but find that success brings unexpected results–for themselves & for the audience.
The true story of Terri Hooley & how during the Irish Troubles his record store Good Vibes lived up to its name by bringing Cath. & Prot. youth together.
Don’t miss this movie about Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, starring Paul Dano and John Cusack. Click the image to read my entire review.
The moving story of the Alzheimer’s disease-afflicted Glen Campbell & his family brave last public tour is told with lots of intimate scenes on & off stage.
Jon, with little talent, joins a band led by Frank, wearing a large paper mache head. Jon’s attempt to get Frank to popularize his music leads to disaster.
James Brown’s life was glorious, heroic and deeply troubled as well. Click on the movie’s title to read my complete review of “Get On Up.”