The cast and crew of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again talk about pop superstar Cher’s addition to the outstanding ensemble cast of the musical film.
Tag: Music Films
The first trailer for Bradley Cooper’s A Star is Born has just dropped, giving us our first look at Cooper’s take on the classic.
This recently released tribute video showcases a collection of dancing scenes from a variety of movies over the last few decades, in an ode to one of cinema’s more popular motifs.
Dexter Fletcher took over from Bryan Singer to direct Bohemian Rhapsody, and whilst it remains to be seen whether the film will ‘rock you’ or ‘bite the dust’, it seems set to be filled with the kind of raunchy, unadulterated chicanery you’d expect from a Freddie Mercury biopic.
The classic Australian band Midnight Oil is the subject of a new documentary, due for release on a limited run across Australia in May.
Hardly the “perfect” film the name implies, it took a music video director in Trish Sie to turn the sequel nobody asked for into a series high note.
Ten years after the first Mamma Mia! film was released, we get its sequel with a returning cast and some new faces, along with all the Abba music you loved from before.
Though I have enjoyed Lady Gaga’s music over the years, I never quite reached that ‘fan girl’ status. Her whole schtick has always been a little too eccentric for my plain, perfectly poised liking.
Elle Fanning reunites with her The Beguiled co-star Nicole Kidman in the upcoming How to Talk to Girls at Parties, based on the writings of Neil Gaiman.
Black Sabbath: The End Of The End is a music/concert documentary that chronicles the band’s final tour after calling it quits nearly 50 years since forming.
Hollywood often sets the truth aside in favour of telling a better story. Sometimes the truth doesn’t have that perfect three-act structure they’re looking for, and that’s okay. Alternatively, in some rare cases, the film differs from reality, because the truth is just too insane to believe. For instance, Hugh Glass of The Revenant (2015), did not crawl across the country after being mauled by a bear to seek vengeance for the murder of his son, he just did it because he was pissed at John Fitzgerald; Glass didn’t even have a son.
“Gonna tell her this morning, no I’ll tell her by noon, by noon or one – by 1:37 exactly.” – A.J., a hopeless teenage artist in love.
With Edgar Wright’s musically driven film Baby Driver around the corner, the Janks Review Crew picks their favourite movies that feature an amazing soundtrack.
Hugh Jackman stars as P.T. Barnum, the man who invented ‘show business’ in this upcoming musical by Australian director Michael Gracey.