Inside The Screen: 5 Great Films About Jazz To Last All Your Weekend
All The Good Moves F/ A Great Weekend
The weekend is fast approaching and you need bulletproof plans? If you’re a lover of jazz than this inside the screen is the one you’ll want to read. All around your weekend this will give you whiplash, a sense of la la land and a summer feeling. Gather around your fireplace, put the sound on and you’ll have a nostalgic feeling throughout this marvellous Fall weekend with these 5 great films about jazz!
To start this list with a sort of good mood, we bring you Chicago. This musical is one of our fan favourites for several reasons. From the costume design to the dancing department and the incredible songs, “You’ve got it coming” is for sure the one you’ll remember the most. When it comes to jazz, Chicago has that nostalgic charm that is seen throughout the acts of the songs that will have you in the mood to just start singing – even though it is about murder.
La La Land
And who doesn’t remember the La La Land movie? The it movie of 2016, it caught us by surprise right in the start of it. Even though it’s been a couple of years, this still is a heart-wrenching movie to watch when you to shed a few tears. All the songs, all the dancing moves, all the colour – in such a bittersweet movie.
Midnight In Paris
A Woody Allen movie, Midnight in Paris is a typical Woody Allen movie. Starring the always beautiful Rachel Macadams and one of Hollywood’s favourite actors, midnight is always a good idea. Midnight in Paris? Even a better one. The source of inspiration for the ones with writer’s block, popcorn is in order when watching this!
One of the most contested movie when it came out. Whiplash is the one you need to take in with a grain of salt. A one of a kind movie you either love it or hate it. With Miles Teller in one of the most important roles of his career, this will be a rollercoaster from start to finish.
Jazz on a Summer’s Day
A 1959 movie classic, Jazz on a Summer’s Day will be the true classic for the lovers of jazz. “The film mixes images of water and the city with the performers and audience at the festival. It also features scenes of the 1958 America’s Cup yacht races. The film is large without dialogue or narration.” With Louis Armstrong and Chuck Berry, you can’t afford to miss out on this one.
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