1 – 20 of 63 movies
Explores the life and music of Elvis Presley from the perspective of his manager, Tom Parker.
A boy grows up without a father but is surrounded with unlikely surrogates: the patrons who haunt a pub in Manhasset, Long Island where his uncle tends bar. He eventually breaks into journalism as a copy-boy at "The New York Times" and goes on to win a Pulitzer for feature writing at the "L.A. Times."
Whitney Houston journeys from obscurity to musical superstardom. Houston wins six Grammy Awards, 16 Billboard Music Awards, 22 American Music Awards and two Emmy Awards, among many others. She sells more than 200 million records worldwide.
Explores the relationship between the stars of I Love Lucy, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.
The story will center on Ferruccio Lamborghini's life and work, from manufacturing tractors to creating military vehicles during World War II and then on to designing and building the Lamborghini cars that ultimately defined his legacy.
The story of Rose Marie “Rosemary” Kennedy, the first-born daughter to Rose Fitzgerald and Joseph Kennedy Sr. After displaying behavioral problems that caused her to fall behind the achievements of her siblings due to a mental disability that was long kept secret, Joseph Kennedy arranged one of the first prefrontal lobotomies for her when she was 23. The procedure was botched and left her permanently incapacitated.
While Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb first begin performing together in the late 1950s, much of their popularity comes after they write songs for the 1977 film "Saturday Night Fever" that prolongs the popularity of disco and leads to one of the top selling albums ever. The trio's worldwide sales of over 220 million records established them as one of the biggest selling groups of all time.
The story of Ronald Reagan's life from boyhood to Hollywood actor to leader of the free world.
Born in London as Mary O'Brien in 1939, Springfield became the finest white soul singer of her era, scoring such hits as "I Only Want to Be With You" and "I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself." In 1969, Springfield released what is widely considered her masterpiece, "Dusty in Memphis," an album that yielded the classic "Son of a Preacher Man" but was a commercial failure. The singer battled substance abuse and a decline in artistic fortunes that ended only when she dueted with the Pet Shop Boys for 1990's "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" She died in 1999 at age 59 after a long battle with cancer.
Lucille Ball is married for 20 years to Desi Arnaz, with whom she stars on the TV sitcom "I Love Lucy." Ball has two children with Arnaz before they divorce in 1960. She marries Gary Morton the following year.
Story of the landmark Signal Hill police brutality case in 1981 with Anthony Mackie playing attorney Johnnie Cochran.
During a period when he is poised to become folk music's most seminal figure, young Bob Dylan embraces rock ‘n’ roll and trades his acoustic guitar for an amp and an electric guitar, and it creates a huge outcry. And it cements the status of rock music.
A biopic of Francisco "Pipin" Ferreras and his wife, Audrey Mestre, two world record setters in the sport of "freediving"—diving as deep as possible on one breath and without any scuba equipment. Mestre died in 2002 while trying to break her record of 557.7 feet.
After being threatened by Boko Haram, the Adewumi family flees Nigeria and escapes terrorism in their home country. They seek and receive asylum in America, and — against all odds — find a welcoming new home in New York. Living in a homeless center on religious asylum, their 8-year-old son, Tani, wins the 2019 New York State chess championship, despite only being introduced to the game two years prior.
True story of the creator and writer of the James Bond franchise, and his own life experiences with womanizing and spying.