Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
Experience it. Enjoy it. Just don't fall for it.
Almost Famous is an autobiographical inspired film about a 15-year-old who is hired by Rolling Stone magazine to follow and interview a rock band during their tour. A film about growing up, first love, disappointment, and the life of a rock star.
Reporter: Mr.Blake what do you love about cinema?
Me: To begin with it....everything else.
I AM A GOLDEN GOD!
This song is never been sung in this film, but can be sing always:
Like a bird on a wire
Like a drunk in a midnight choir
I have tried in my way to be free
Bird on the wire by Leonard Cohen
If I could be more free as much am I, I'll be like a bird on the wire, to sing my own song...Like a bird on the wire...To sing with my friends on the wire...Only to you hear our midnight choir.
Maybe is the only thing I can refer about music and rock 'n' roll. Like a bird…
Its all happening!
I finally watched Almost Famous after a loooooooong time of putting it off.
Sigh.... There's just too many movies and not enough time... But I saw it. And more importantly, I loved it; for obvious reasons. But I also loved this film for being so damn awesome despite having 3 things I passionately hate:
1. Kate Hudson
2. Zooey Deschanel
3. Kate Hudson and Zooey Deschanel being in the same movie.
Luckily Zooey had a small and surprisingly likable part and she didn't have share the screen with Kate "yourwordsmakemypenisshrivel" Hudson. In fact, I think the films only crime is trying to convince us that anyone could ever fall in love with her... But enough about that!…
Why did I wait so long to watch!? Almost Famous might be the best film about music that I've seen. It's a coming of age story that is so different from the rest. I connected with so many characters in this movie, and that rarely happens. Typically, I'll connect with maybe one or two; but that's not the case here. And I think that was mainly due to the outstanding acting from the entire cast. The music! Oh the music was absolutely fantastic!
I tried to think of something negative to say about this movie, even if it was the smallest thing. And I literally can't think of anything. This movie was amazing. The Tiny Dancer scene was just way too good, dang that was awesome. Also, the fact that Russell is Dr. Manhattan in Watchmen is just epic.
Don't forget: DON'T DO DRUGS!
I love it. I adore it. I could eat it everyday if it was healthy enough. Everyone has a favorite food, one that comforts and makes your taste buds sing, culminating in a choir radiating from your slowly-satisfied stomach. Anytime, anywhere, if there's pizza offered, I wanna try it. Of course, if It's a steak restaurant or something, I'll go for the steak, but that's self-explanatory. Basically, comfort food is synonymous with comfort cinema, as it brings the same wondrous pleasures as a bite into a massive slice of deep-dish. The world of film is overflowing with variety, but sometimes, a three hour Fellini isn't what you want to watch on a Saturday night. However, you don't want to…
Finally get to check this off my watchlist - one of my most personally anticipated films I had not yet seen. A rock and roll epic on the fictitious band Stillwater and the fifteen-year-old reporter who follows them on tour to write a cover story for Rolling Stone Magazine. It features genuine humour and genuine drama; it features drugs and (inexplicit) sex, but almost has a family film feel to it. Patrick Fugit is not a great actor, not even a moderately good one, but his performance, notwithstanding the hiccups, is very loveable. Kate Hudson’s as well for she not merely graces the screen whenever she’s on, looking better than she’s ever done, but steals it as well with her…
"The only true currency in this bankrupt world is what you share with someone else when you're uncool."
Considering I've just finished watching this film, the sensible thing to do would probably be to wait until I've gathered my thoughts and then write an in-depth review covering everything in detail.
But I'd just forget to do that.
As with most things, there really isn't anything else I can add that hasn't already been said about this film, other than the fact that it's probably a new favourite of mine. It's just, well, every single thing about it. The script (that "uncool" conversation...). The soundtrack (the soundtrack...). The cast (PSH...). Everything combining to create the band movie.
Yeah, once again, I'm pretty much lost for words right now. Sorry.
For all the talk about how desperately uncool this kid is, this movie still seems like the ultimate humblebrag.
“It’s all happening.”
Lacking in so many areas, but still fun to see Jason Lee and Billy Crudup as suitably hirsute 70’s rockers. Also, PSH is severely under-used.
“It’s all happening.”
Patrick Fugit's character reminds me a lot of myself. I don't think I'm that compelling of a lead.
Almost Famous is awesome! I really enjoyed this movie from beginning to end, for so many different reasons. This film is so many different things in one; a coming-of-age story, a rock and roll movie, and a movie about finding yourself, and your passion, just to name a few.
The characters here were great! I loved how they made each character unique, and they had their own different quirky personality traits. All of the band members did awesome, specifically Russell Hammond played by Billy Crudup, who was my favorite in the band. Kate Hudson is great here, surprisingly, but the real show stealer was Patrick Fugit. Fugit plays William Miller, a 15 year-old teen who is offered the chance to…
this movie is so good and cute! cried a few times
A highly romanticized view of the rock n' roll life style through the eyes of youth and nostalgia
Good movie, but horribly overrated.
[after his parents have left, thinking he is ill] "They bought it. Incredible! One of the worst performances of my…
Sometimes I get stuck in a rut when it comes to watching films. I either just watch anything that comes…