From A Star is Born to Yesterday Here are the best Musical Movie of all time
“Without music, life would be a mistake.”― Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols
- “If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think of music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.”― Albert Einstein
1. A Star is Born
A Star Is Born is a 2018 American musical romantic drama film directed by Bradley Cooper.
The movie is about Jackson, a musician who discovers and falls in love with struggling artist Ally. She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer — until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Allys's career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down, as Jack fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.
The film is about the narrative of the incredible British musical crew Queen and lead artist Freddie Mercury, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor, and bass guitarist John Deacon overwhelm the music world when they structure the wild band, Queen, in 1970. Hit melodies become moment works of art. At the point when Mercurys' progressively wild way of life begins to winding crazy, Queen before long faces its most noteworthy test yet – figuring out how to keep the rally in the midst of the achievement and abundance.
3.The Greatest Showman
The movie focuses on the true spirit of determination, the success connected to it, and the ordeals that follow through. Colorful scenes accompanied by pleasant music put up a great show.
4.La La Land
This film is about two people who, down on their luck in Hollywood, regardless of their best expectations at excelling in the stage, structure a lovely yet stressed relationship. Mia (Emma Stone) is a hopeful entertainer who regularly visits tries out for TV jobs while serving espresso at a Warner Bros' studio-part bistro to pay her direction. Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) is a retro jazz-cherishing who fantasizes about being a regarded and effective performer. The film follows the different high points and low points of their expert and individual lives, with the genuine and the fantastical components of Tinseltown entwined.
5. Crazy Heart
This film is about a country music star, Bad Blake who has now gotten the famous down on his karma alcoholic. In the long run, Blake goes to a junction in his life. The film is a commendable assessment of the human condition. The romantic tale alongside the going with music is one for the ages.
'Rocketman' is a musical biopic based on piano legend Sir Elton John featuring Taron Egerton as Elton John and is directed by Dexter Fletcher. The film portrays not the dream but rather the truth of the performer's life. The film shows a dream-styled, youngsters like musical subject to the genuine grown-up issues of chronic drug use, sexuality disarray, self-destruction, and family issues.
7. I Still Believe
The Movie is based on the true story of musician Jeremy Camp and his journey of love, loss, musical success, and faith. This story centers around the complexities of a relationship. A beautiful, and timely, reminder that in this crazy world we will all struggle but we can hang onto faith and love.
8. Forever My Girl
This is an excellent tale about adoration, family, pardoning, and reclamation.
Liam Page, a fruitful nation vocalist, gets back to his old neighborhood following quite a long while and experiences his secondary school darling, Josie, whom he had once dumped at the special raised area.
The film is about a story of a striving artist/artist, Jack, and his dearest companion (played by the stunning Lily James) who aches for an adoration Jack is thoroughly musically challenged to ultimately advance through inconceivable conditions because of a Universal force glitch. It's a tribute (maybe) to the best singing gathering in music history...at least that is the thing that I expected the makers implied it to be. At the point when the lead character, Jack, (played with humor, heart, and modesty by Hamesh Patel) is hit by a transport coming back from what he considered his last exhibition as a striving artist, a practically incredible event including the whole Universe results leaving Jack as the lone individual whose memory incorporates a gathering called the "Beatles", a wonder that Jack uses for his potential benefit as it's anything but a profession that won't ever be. Albeit every one individual in Jack's day-to-day existence is as yet present one asks why his folks never went to visit him while he was in the emergency clinic recovering after the transport mishap.
10. Sound of Metal
Sound of Metal is a story about Ruben (Riz Ahmed), a drummer in a metal band who begins to suffer from severe hearing loss, and the film takes us on his journey through such a life-changing event. Throughout the film, he resists his new life direction- clinging on tightly to what he had with Lou-but in the final scene when he removes his implant I was left with a warm feeling that he was ready to embrace his new life. Although everything changed for him and nothing will ever be as it was before