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What are the Good movies about music celebrities on Netflix?

by Ratan Srivastava
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As everyone who works inside the music industry is likely to be considered a “musician,” not everyone agrees. Some claim that pop music isn’t genuine music, while others feel that classical music is really the only true music, while yet others believe that indie music is the only type worth listening to. However, as the numerous music-themed films demonstrate, there are several ways to be a “genuine” musician and Good movies convey your passion for the trade and profession.

Whether you’re loud as well as dramatic, quiet and temperamental, or somewhere in the middle, all musicians understand the need of connecting with your emotions and channel them outside to produce art.

While musically talented people may pour their energy but also emotions into creating a surprise album such as Beyoncé or a compilation album collection, they may also just want to unwind and watch a film that speaks to their soul.

Without further ado, here are 26 Netflix movies that musicians (and non-musicians) will like. There’s something for everyone on this list, from Taylor Swift’s Miss Americana to The Dirt, so put that new playlist on hold and settle in for the finest the streaming platform has to offer.

1.           The Runaways

This coming-of-age biopic starring Kristen Stewart as well as Dakota Fanning as Joan Jett and Cherie Currie of the 1970s rock band The Runaways, respectively, was released in 2010. It chronicles the whirlwind narrative of the band’s founding and popularity, including the production of their song “Cherry Bomb,” up until her traumatic exit from the group in 1977, centred on lead vocalist Currie’s biography.

John & Yoko: Above Us Only Sky

This film focuses on John Lennon’s high-profile relationship with Yoko Ono and how it influenced the former Beatle’s album Imagine, which has been released in 1971 and included the famous “Imagine,” as well as “Oh Yoko!” and “How Do You Sleep?” Above Us, Only Sky, which was first shown on Channel 4 in 2018, includes never-before-seen videos and current-day interviews with people connected to the events.

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