When it comes to biographical films, there are few that capture the essence of their subject as brilliantly as "Walk the Line" did with Johnny Cash. Released in 2005, "Walk the Line" is a masterpiece of cinema that tells the story of the legendary musician's journey from humble beginnings in Arkansas to international stardom. The movie is a must-watch for fans of Johnny Cash, but also for anyone who appreciates great storytelling and unforgettable performances.
In 1984, a mockumentary about a fictional British heavy metal band called "Spinal Tap" was released, and it quickly became a cult classic. Directed by Rob Reiner and co-written by the film's stars Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, and Harry Shearer, "This Is Spinal Tap" satirized the excesses of the rock and roll lifestyle while also celebrating the music itself. The film's mix of humor, satire, and genuine affection for its subject matter helped it gain a devoted following and become one of the most beloved comedies of the 1980s.