1. Captain Phillips
The 2009 hijacking of his vessel by Somalis captured global attention, and this was the first US cargo carrier to get jacked by pirates in two centuries!
JOBS is a dialogue driven film that manages to be both epic and intense thanks in part to the amazing cinematography work by Russell Carpenter and Ashton Kutcher convincingly taking on the lead role.
Their bravery broke color lines and put them directly in the line of fire, and 42 successfully captures the good, bad, and the ugly consequences they faced.
This irreverent story is one about the human ability to establish trusts and friendships regardless of the past, and somehow manages to come across lighthearted and comedic.
However, Lovelace lets us see the real Linda – fully clothed – sharing a fascinating narrative of her life then and now.
This movie’s not just for fans of risqué movies.
6. The Butler
His tenure fell during troubling times including the civil rights movement and Vietnam, making the already compelling biography, The Butler, even more so.
7. The Social Network
Scandalous and accusatory, The Social Network boasts almost as many backstabbing moments as some of the people who frequent the site, making it a must-see biography movie.
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Salieri poignantly reminisces about his lengthy time with Mozart and how his friend ultimately became a rival.
This amazing film was ultimately nominated for a stunning 53 awards!
This behind-the-scenes look offers a solid glimpse at his private life, his relationship with his, and ways his diligence in challenging the film industry’s rather tame restrictions in those days.