View Poll Results: What is the Best Music Based Movie?

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  • Almost Famous

    2 6.06%
  • Hard Days Night

    0 0%
  • This is Spinal Tap

    15 45.45%
  • That Thing You Do

    4 12.12%
  • Across the Universe

    0 0%
  • Purple Rain

    2 6.06%
  • Amadeus

    1 3.03%
  • Other: I'll tell you in my post!

    9 27.27%
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    What is the best Music Based Movie?

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    I gotta go with Spinal Tap, but That Thing You do is great, too.

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    I personally think Crossroads is an excellent movie .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grapeshot View Post
    I gotta go with Spinal Tap, but That Thing You do is great, too.
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    Almost Famous, Rockstar and Airheads! haha
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    All the ones listed are great, but I was blown away by this one:

    "In Search of Beethoven:

    Not only is it a terrific exploration of Beethoven's life and musical history, there are incredible performances by many of the finest Beethoven interpreters/orchestras in the world, and interviews with the conductors and players as to why they're interpreting the music as they are.

    It's really fascinating and wonderful.

    Then again, it's hard to beat "Hard Day's Night."
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    Only one movie has Morris Day.

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    How can you not vote for this?


    I recently watched The Buddy Holly Story and liked that a lot. I haven't seen Hard Day's Night, I'll have to check that out. Was never a Beatles guy growing up and didn't get into them til later.

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    There are a lot ... in addition to the above ...

    Jesus Christ Superstar
    Jazz Singer
    Once
    Buddy Holly Story
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    How about Bird? Great flick. For those that dont know its Clint Eastwood as director with Forest Whitaker playing Charlie Parker.

    Also, I think they did a great job with Ray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiodeblanc View Post
    Only one movie has Morris Day.
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    I voted for Spinal Tap.

    But only because "Kiss Meets The Phantom Of The Park" wasn't a choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carpincowboy View Post
    I personally think Crossroads is an excellent movie .
    I agree, maybe. Are we talking about the one with Britney Spears, or the one with the Karate Kid and Steve Vai?

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    I really liked August Rush. It is worth it just for the bit where the orphan first plays a guitar, but there are a number of other excellent moments in it.

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    I've only seen one of these.
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    How much more better could this poll be? And the answer is none...none more better

    +1 themike honorable mention for Airheads, any movie that mentions a naked picture of Bea Arthur HAS to get honorable mention...
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    What about "Josie and the Pussycats"? I freakin love Dujour!!!


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    The Muppet Movie (at least my daughters thought so).








    and I'll add Easy Rider and Forest Gump.
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    I'm going with This is Spinal Tap AND The Blues Brothers

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    Although "We're on a mission from God" is tough to beat...(I'll spare you the 106 miles to Chicago line), "A Hard Day's Night" gets my vote. I watch it several times a year.

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