Genre: Biography, Drama, Music
Cast: Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Bryce Dallas Howard and Richard Madden
Synopsis: A musical fantasy about the fantastical human story of Elton John's breakthrough years.
Director: Dexter Fletcher
Well they knew it had to be different than Bohemian Rhapsody and...its definitely different, in a good way of course. The only similarity is the phenomenal performance by the lead actor, Taron Egerton is absolutely brilliant.. he is by far the highlight for me, and the music obviously. I knew almost nothing about Elton John's life so i was intrigued by the story. I'm glad this took the 'musical' route, it works really well. I liked how the film showed a more in depth look into John's life.. the alcoholism, the drugs, the sex.. I'm glad this wasn't a watered down family film so to speak. It is a very emotional film, there were moments where i just felt like giving him a massive hug haha. The songs are included extremely well, the musical numbers were very entertaining with some great choreography and visuals. I do reccommend this to musical fans and fans of Elton John, a very well made film.
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It seems that, over the years, a lot of the great underground music has come from New York. In the late '60s and early '70s, there was the Velvet Underground, in the late '70s, there was the Ramones and, now, there's the Strokes. Television are a band from the New York underground scene in the late '70s that were very ahead of their time when they released their debut art rock masterpiece, 'Marquee Moon', in 1977. This album is normally considered post-punk but it came out around the same time that punk was starting to grow, so it was miles ahead of most of the other post-punk albums that were yet to be released and this album virtually predicted the sound of a lot of them. There are 8 tracks on this album, with the centrepiece being the 10-minute long title track, which is probably one of my favourite pieces of music to ever be recorded. Television's 'Marquee Moon' is one of the best and most original albums of all time, which is why I think any music fan could easily enjoy it if they gave it a listen, but if you like post-punk and you haven't heard this, then this is an essential album that you must hear.