A villainess wants to unite the different Troll tribes by eliminating all the music in the world – except for hard rock – in the new trailer for Trolls World Tour.
Tag: Music Films
Check out the latest trailer for the upcoming musical fantasy film Cats, featuring a whos-who of film and music talent and directed by Tom Hooper.
The unlikeliest of boy bands, ten Cornish fishermen will have you tapping along to sea shanties in the buttery feel-good flick Fisherman’s Friends.
King of the High C’s’ and arguably the most famous opera singer in modern history, Luciano Pavarotti’s tumultuous life is explored with vivid detail in the Ron Howard helmed documentary, Pavarotti.
Amazing Grace was filmed over two days in 1972 in a church in Los Angeles, and it has taken almost half a century for this piece of music history to see the light of day.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s world-famous stage musical Cats has received a film adaptation with an all-star cast and features an awkward mix of CGI and live-action.
Dreamworks Animation has followed up their hit 2016 animated kids film Trolls with Trolls World Tour, which sees the cute fantasy creatures embark on a new musical journey.
Wild Rose is about big dreams with even bigger collateral damage.
The new documentary Mystify Michael Hutchence gives viewers an intimate look at the life of the iconic INXS frontman, Michael Hutchence.
Acclaimed director Danny Boyle’s latest film Yesterday imagines a world where the music of The Beatles has been forgotten, with one struggling musician looking to capitalise.
It would be remiss of this reviewer to discuss the psychological drama Vox Lux without commenting on the abhorrent manner which pop-star Celeste is endowed by fame; a by-product of a culture obsessed with celebrity in a system that benefits from the exploitation of trauma.
Singer/actor Jessie Buckley stars as an aspiring musician with a sketchy past in the upcoming music themed film Wild Rose.
Set a couple of decades after she’d first visited the Banks children, Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt), by way of a magical flying kite, returns to the Banks home.
Dancers. A party. Vinyl. Sangria. These are the story-summarising title cards featured in the trailer from provocative director Gaspar Noe in his 2018 French-musical-horror spectacle Climax.