Gangster-turned-movie producer Chili (John Travolta) has grown tired of the screen trade, especially after his latest project
turned out to be a box-office flop. His close friend Tommy Athens (James Woods), a fellow mobster who runs an independent
record label, is murdered by Russian gangsters. Chili takes over the recording company of Tommy and begins courting
Tommy's girlfriend, Edie (Uma Thurman) and takes patronage over promising young singer (Christina Milian). A wannabe
gangster, gay bodyguard and Russian gangsters makes his life more complicated. This film is a sequel to "Get Shorty",
Steven Tyler (Aerosmith) co-stars in this movie, which can be of music lovers' interest.
This biopic television miniseries features Jonathan Rhys-Meyers as the King of Rock-n-roll, the story traces all his life from the
very boyhood in 1950's Memphis to the pinnacles of his worldwide glory and the depths of isolation and drug addiction of his
The movie is based on real events in the life of the world's wealthiest rapper Curtis James Jackson, better known by his
stage name 50 Cent. He achieved great success, following the motto "Through hardship to the stars." His life was no
honeymoon. At the age of eight Curtis was left an orphan when his drug-dealing mother was murdered. He had to adjust to
the streets, and at the age of twelve he began dealing narcotics. Having served out six months in prison and been shot nine
times, Curtis decided to cut the strings of his criminal past and pursue his dream of becoming a rap artist.
The biopic depicts the life of Johnny Cash (Joaquin Phoenix), a legendary country and rock-and-roll singer-songwriter. The
early years of his life were saddened by his elder brother's tragic death and his father's scornful attitude towards him (his dad
considered Cash to be a bad son). The soon-to-be musician served in the United States Air Force in Germany. After his
discharge Cash married his sweetheart, Vivian Liberto (Ginnifer Goodwin), who gave birth to four daughters. But their
marriage was not without shadows as he neglected his family duties and devoted all his time and energy mainly to playing
the guitar and singing along with his two close friends. At the age of 23, he released his first hit "Cry Cry Cry" and soon went
on a tour of the USA, along with Jerry Lee Lewis (Waylon Payne), Elvis Presley (Tyler Hilton) and June Carter (Reese
Witherspoon). He adored June and her songs since he was a kid. When their paths crossed, he came to realize that June
was a woman of his dreams. He had been trying to win her hand for several years.
An aspiring emcee from the Dirty South who is trying to make it in the hip-hop world has to deal with many different types of
people who try to bring him down, including strippers, his baby's mama, and all the things that try to keep a player down. This
is probably his last chance to make it: he is approaching his 40s, and his life is looking downhill.
Terri Fletcher (Hilary Duff) is a small-town girl with a fine singing voice and a great love of music in this heartfelt musical
drama. She has her sights set on attending the LA Bristol-Hillman Conservatory, the most celebrated summer music
program in the country. When a tragedy interrupts her steady life when her brother died in a car crash, Terri defies her
father's wishes and covertly heads off to the respective arts academy. As she tries to come to terms with her family, she finds
herself romantically involved with the one of her fellow students, Jay (Oliver James), and contending for attention and for the
school's $10,000 academic scholarship against many of kids whose talent rivals her own.
Two childhood friends face their past relationships, including their own, alongside a new friend in the 1980's in New York
City. Their friendship becomes a love triangle as they struggle with a father's death and an unexpected pregnancy. Together,
the shall face each other as they realize that everything they have may not be what they expected.
Consummate entertainer Bobby Darin (1936-1973) is making a movie about his life. He's volatile, driven by the love of
performing, ambition, perfectionism, and belief that he's living on borrowed time. He begins in the Bronx: a fatherless lad
learning music and dance from his mom. His career starts slowly, then "Splish Splash" puts him at the top of the charts and
on "Bandstand." He wants to be an entertainer, not a pop star, so he aims for the Copacabana; then it's on to the movies,
where he meets and marries Sandra Dee. After, it's balancing career, health, marriage and family life, balances he doesn't
always keep. Throughout, conversations with his boyhood self give him perspective.
When a New York City teenager from Greenwich Village, Lola Steppe (Lindsey Lohan), is forced to move to the New Jersery
suburb of Dellwood, she finds that in her new high school, there is another girl, Carla Santini (Megan Fox), who already has
claim to the title of most popular girl (and most rudest) that Lola had at her old school. Aiming to oust Carla from her reign,
Lola and her new best friend, Ella Gerard (Alison Pill), sets her sights on nabbing the lead role in the next big school play
"Pygmalion", which Carla also hopes to star in. As the two girls engage in a war for popularity, Carla lashes back at Lola by
obtaining tickets to the sold-out "farewell concert" of Lola's favorite band. Can Lola somehow sneak into the concert and quell
Carla's latest scheme, and at the same time meet the band's English lead singer, Stu Wolff (Adam Garcia), whom she has
such a crush on?
Matt, a young glaciologist, soars across the vast, silent, icebound immensities of the South Pole as he recalls his love affair
with Lisa. They meet at a mobbed rock concert in a vast music hall—London's Brixton Academy. They are in bed at night's
end. Together, over a period of several months, they pursue a mutual sexual passion whose inevitable stages unfold in
counterpoint to nine live-concert songs.
Based on Cheri Lovedog's experiences in the rock world as the founder, songwriter, singer and guitar player for an all-girl
punk rock band, the movie follows the story of four Los Angeles rockers, Jacki (Gina Gershon), Tracy (Drea de Matteo), Faith
(Lori Petty) and Sally (Shelly Cole), who after years of obscurity still cherish the hope to make it big. Finally, the band named
Clamdancy is given an opportunity to win fame. However, while making a record the band gets to know the low-down of the
music business – "sex, drugs and rock-n-roll".
Dewey Finn’s (Jack Black) brilliant career as a rock star ends in dead failure. Fired from his own band and faced with unsettled
debts and deep depression, Dewey pretends to be his roommate Ned Schneebly (Mike White) and accepts substitute-
teaching position at a private school. What do you think he can teach the 4th grade students? He shows the kiddies the guitar
strings, explains what music is and teaches them how to rock. Long live rock-n-roll!
Against the backdrop of a nation on the brink of revolution, Uncle Sweetheart (John Goodman) and Nina Veronica (Jessica
Lange) are slimy promoters planning a benefit concert. They desire the services of legendary singer Jack Fate (Bob Dylan),
and soon Fate is sprung from jail. A rock journalist (played by Jeff Bridges) investigates the concert, attempting to determine
just who will benefit. Revolution may be raging outside the arena, but Jack Fate and the benefit concert play on as planned.
When folk icon Irving Steinbloom passed away, he left behind a legacy of music and a family of performers he has
shepherded to folk stardom. To celebrate a life spent submerged in folk, Irving's loving son Jonathan has decided to put
together a memorial concert featuring some of Steinbloom's best-loved musicians. There's Mitch and Mickey, who were the
epitome of young love until their partnership was torn apart by heartbreak; classic troubadours The Folksmen, whose records
were endlessly entertaining for anyone able to punch a hole in the center to play them; and The New Main Street Singers, the
most meticulously color-coordinated neuftet ever to hit an amusement park. Now for one night only in New York City's Town
Hall, these three groups will reunite and gather together to celebrate the music that almost made them famous.
Lizzie McGuire is a teenager graduating from Junior high school, and eager to find adventures in Rome, Italy on a School trip.
Upon arriving there, she discovers that she is the identical spitting image of an Italian beauty who is half of a famous pop
duo. Meeting Pualo, the other half of the duo, she is reeled into posing as Isabella on what becomes a journey of
One of the most accomplished piano players in Poland, Wladyslaw Szpilman becomes subject to the anti-Jewish laws
imposed by the conquering Germans in the 1930s. At last deciding to escape, suffering the tragedy of his family deported to
a death camp, Szpilman goes into hiding as a Jewish refugee where he is witness to the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943
and the Warsaw City Revolt in August/October 1944.
Eminem, the white star of American rap, acts in this movie incarnating some events of his own life on-screen. We can see a
talented, emotional young rapper Jimmy Smith-Jr. aka Rabbit who has hard times living on the 8 mile street in Detroit. After
the break-up with his girlfriend Jimmy lives with his mother who is constantly quarrelling with her admirer. To rent a flat and to
save up money he lands a job at the metallurgical plant where he meets Alex, a girl who believes in his rap talents. His
Afro-American buddy allows Jimmy to make a demo-record at the studio but their friendship crushes when Jimmy and Alex
get caught red-handed at the scene of kissing. Meantime, Jimmy takes part in rap contests despite the fact he isn't met with
open hands in the Afro-American community.
Yes, Austin Powers (Mike Myers), the most renowned international man of mystery, is back again to face his enemy number
one – Dr. Evil! In this stunning comedy-adventure Dr. Evil and his plotter Mini Me (Verne Troyer) escape from prison and who
but Austin is good enough to stop them? The villains, with help of a Goldmember, kidnap Austin's father (Michael Caine),
and to save him and the humanity Austin leaps to 1975 where he teams up with his ex-girlfriend Foxxy Cleopatra (Beyonce
Knowles). There are also some girls involved whose lovely names are Fook Mi and Fook Yu.
Vampire Lestat de Lioncourt (Stuart Townsend), weary of his reclusive immortal life, decides to become the leader of an
unknown rock and roll band. The group achieves overnight fame and popularity due to his efforts and Lestat becomes a
worldwide idol. He defies the unspoken rule that vampires must keep aloof from people and writes songs containing specific
words of the secret life of bloodsuckers. As might be expected in such a set-up, his lyrics enchain both his fellow vampires
who are bent on taking revenge on him for his betrayal and scholars who study bloodthirsty creatures. Among them is Jesse
Reeves (Marguerite Moreau), a young London student who goes off her head about the charismatic Lestat. Furthermore,
Lestat's delightful gloomy music awakens the evil Queen of the Dammed, Akasha (Aaliyah), from her century-long slumber
and kindles the flame of love in her heart. None of vampires can confront the mighty Akasha...
A fish-out-of-water comedy about a talented street drummer from Harlem who enrolls in a Southern university, expecting to
lead its marching band's drumline to victory. He initially flounders in his new world, before realizing that it takes more than
talent to reach the top.
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