The biopic covers the ups & downs of the life of Aretha Franklin from age 10 through her recording of her most popular album “Amazing Grace.”
In charge of new born souls, Will must choose from a group who is to be born as a replacement.
The film deals with metaphysical themes in its story of jazz musician Joe and a soul resisting birth learn together on their journey from the Beyond to earth and back what life is about.
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.”