A chronicle of John Lennon's first years, focused mainly in his adolescence and his relationship with his stern aunt Mimi, who raised him, and his absentee mother Julia, who re-entered his life at a crucial moment in his young life.
Films depicting lives ranging from MLK's, to Hitler's, Jimi Hendrix's, and Muhammad Ali's. If you're interested in diving in to some of the 'great-men' and women who have shaped history then look no further.
In the words of Jimi Hendrix: "My baby don't live here no more - That's alright, I still got my guitar;" These films explore solitary male guitarists, making it in the world with the only woman they can really count on.
Explore recent high notes of the musical drama genre, including gruff country epic 'Crazy Heart' and tender Brian Wilson biopic 'Love & Mercy'. Will make you want to pick up that guitar you spent $175 on and never played!
The legendary lives of artists like Ray Charles and John Lennon are tackled with the crispness of 21st century filmmaking in these compelling biopics. We're not sure why Hollywood is fixated on the genre now, but we're not complaining!
Ay-up gadgie, have a chobble on our list of films depicting the somewhat grim realities of Northern British living. A grand cinematic tradition established by social realist flick 'Kes', the 'Grim Oop North' film has survived to this day in movies like 'This is England'.