things to view // february.twentytwentyone

Updated: May 13, 2021

Woooo, we're uploading two months in a row. (Albeit a few days late) but anyway, we have another list of music related movies and documentaries for you. So here we have our second month of 'things to view' with you. This month we have FOUR amazing picks for your viewing pleasure. As well as where you can check them out, albeit only Irish available sites... take an evening off. Sit back, relax and we hop you enjoy..

Anyway up first..

Zappa (2020)

An interesting movie and glimpse in to the music & life of Frank Zappa. It's an encompassing documentary, that is a great summary in to one of the greatest and most talented musicians of the 20th Century. If you're looking to get in to Zappa, this is a great way to ease you in. A tribute to a musical giant. Plus, it's directed by Bill & Ted's very own Alex Winter..

Available to watch on

Springsteen on Broadway (2015)

The Boss. Intimate and close. A truly breathtaking experience. Recorded from Springsteen's critically acclaimed, three times extended, Broadway phenomenon, this show takes a look at that man through the man himself. Performing his songs through the narrative structure of his life, including readings a& excerpts from his book, this is wondrous look in to the life of the Boss.

Available to watch on Netflix

Almost Famous (2013)

It's all happening. That it is in Cameron Crowe's hit Academy Award winning movie. (*Best Original Screenplay) The film is semi-autobiographical, as Crowe himself was a teenage writer for Rolling Stone. It is based on his experiences touring with rock bands Poco, the Allman Brothers Band, Led Zeppelin, Eagles, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Crowe has discussed how during this period he lost his virginity, fell in love, and met his musical heroes—these events represented in the film as happening to William Miller, the boyish main character.

Experience it. Enjoy it. Just don't fall for it.

Available to watch on Youtube and Google Play

Soul (2020)

Everybody has a soul. Joe Gardner is about to find his.

Pixar know how to make movies, and Soul is no exception. A spiritual sequel to Pixar's Inside Out. This is a heartwarming and sitrring depiction of life & purpose. This movie resonates long after you watch. Paul Assay of Plugged In describes it best that "Soul strives to help us remember that life itself is a blessing, even when it doesn’t go as we planned".

Available to watch on DisneyPlus


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