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Diva

Farinelli

Immortal Beloved

Amadeus

Pump Up The Volume

Airheads

Beat Street

Krush Groove

La Bamba

Buena Vista Social Club

Wild Style

24 Hour Party People

Just thought I'd mention others than haven't made anyone's lists :afro:

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Man, I had a great elaborate post all set up here, and I was just clicking "Continue" right as the power went out. I was so anrgy. Extremely angry. Too angry to even attempt to type it again. So just imagine a really great post instead of this one.

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The Music and Dancing WERE incredible, but I was so dissapointed by the storyline, I expected so much more. It's just a movie based on evil people. It is hard to like anyone.

---Scott

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The Music and Dancing WERE incredible, but I was so dissapointed by the storyline, I expected so much more. It's just a movie based on evil people. It is hard to like anyone.

---Scott

I was refering to the Movie Chicago Sorry still new at this.

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IMO, Airheads was the funniest music movie, even though it didn't really take focus on music (it mostly kept it as the background) as much as it did with the plot of hostage negotiation. Of course the reality of the movie was, that a band with that much lack of talent, chemistry, & charisma would never score so big on the charts, despite the publicity stunt.

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The beginning scene in Ghost Ship. For anyone who hasn't seen it, this is one of the greatest scene's in cinematic history, in my opinion.
Lol yeah. But man, could they have showed him naked any more? I liked the part for comfortably numb. And right before it when he shaves everything.

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What about the music in 'Lost in Translation'? Kevin Sheilds (My Bloody Valentine) had a lot to do with that including writing new stuff, which he hasn't done for years. And to end a film with 'Just Like Honey'.... that was a magic moment for me!

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What about the music in 'Lost in Translation'? Kevin Sheilds (My Bloody Valentine) had a lot to do with that including writing new stuff, which he hasn't done for years. And to end a film with 'Just Like Honey'.... that was a magic moment for me!

Yeah, but Lost In Translation wasn't based on the music industry nor was it a musical (unless you count the karaoke session :: ).

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True, but there are some films which are made just that much better by the music, when they pick that perfect track which just makes the scene (or the film), and you totally connect the film and the song... Like Blister in the Sun, in Gross Point Blanke - yeh, I know that's not a music film either - sorry!

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I liked the Buddy Holly Story where Gary Busey plays him. I also like Grease despite how many times I've seen it. I still love it. Oh yea and when i was a little girl i was obsessed with this Johnny Depp movie "Cry Baby". It was a musical and Johnny Depp was the lead singer of this band. Did anyone else see that. I dont know anyone who has but I used to be in love with that movie. Of course when i watch it now i wonder how i ever sat through it.

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