what to watch #001

Back, again! New title to help us kick off for 2022. Up first we have 4 incredible movies (2) and shows (2) for you to experience and enjoy. We absolutely loved getting to see these over the holidays and we hope you enjoy checking them out as we go through the first month of the year.

1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything (2021)

Music can change the world, and "1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything" certainly shows that. This anthology-documentary examines music through a year where the world, and society, became unrecognisable from the before and the after. It does great at capturing a time when the free love of the 1960s had perished, and the reality of moving on from the summer of love.

Available on AppleTV+.


Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson (2021)

Featuring; Mark Ronson, Paul McCartney, Questlove, Kevin Parker, Dave Grohl, Ezra Koenig & others..

This was such an incredibly informative series. It is excellently pieced together, and you are led through the series by one of modern music's shaman's. Yeah, you get what we mean, but the curiosity and interest that Ronson brings to this project is totally needed to explore, examine, the technology that shaped and revolutionised music.

Available on AppleTV+.


The Boat That Rocked (2009)

Directed and Written by; Richard Curtis..

Starring; Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Rhys Ifans, Nick Frost, Bill Nighy, Kenneth Branagh..

It was a movie well shagged when this movie got made! You'll understand the quote when you watch this. Honestly, one of my favourite movies! A wonderful fun feel-good look at the advent of pirate in the 1960's. The soundtrack is iconic, and the cast plus performance moreso.

Available on Youtube and Google Movies.


Encanto (2021)

Directed by; Jared Bush & Byron Howard..

Songs by; Lin-Manuel Miranda

Featuring; Stephanie Beatriz, Diane Guerrero, John Leguizamo, Alan Tudyk..

Lastly, fun and enjoyment for the whole family. A fun & spirited tale in to the familial bonds we all have. Incredible art, joyous songs and a helluva lot of heart.

Available on DisneyPlus.



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