Results for - The Soundtrack To My Life

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1. Blinded By The Light, a new movie set to hit theatres August 14, is the story of British-Pakistani teenager who learns to live life, understand his family and find his own voice through the music of Bruce Springsteen. The movie features many of Springsteen's classics, and two tracks that are being released for the first time. Are you a fan of Springsteen, and do you think you will go see this movie?

I'm a fan and I will go see this movie
257 votes
I'm a fan, but I won't go see this movie
376 votes
I'm a fan but I don't know if I will go see the movie
464 votes
I am not a fan, but I may go see the movie
181 votes
I am not a fan and will not go see this movie
534 votes
Not a fan, and I don't know if I will go
363 votes
Who is Bruce Springsteen?
125 votes

2. This seems to be a trend in movies this year. Earlier this year, the film Yesterday, a film about a struggling singer-songwriter in an English seaside town whose dreams of fame are rapidly fading, despite the fierce devotion and support of his childhood best friend, Ellie. After a freak bus accident during a mysterious global blackout, Jack wakes up to discover that The Beatles have never existed. Performing songs by the greatest band in history to a world that has never heard them, Jack becomes on overnight sensation with a little help from his agent. The movie features many Beatles songs, of course. Did you see the movie, and did you like it?

Saw it and enjoyed it
103 votes
Saw it and thought it was OK
76 votes
Saw it, and did not like it
43 votes
Did not see it
1,563 votes
I want to see it
439 votes
Who are the Beatles? (really, will anyone check this option off?)
76 votes

3. The two movies are both very unique in the way they incorporate the music into their story line. Perhaps one of the most famous adaptations of a group's music is Mamma Mia!, which was based on the songs of Abba. Not only were the songs used as an inspiration for the musical (and subsequent movie), the songs actually helped move the plot along. Mamma Mia! was probably one of the most successful jukebox musicals, which is a stage or film musical that uses previously released popular songs as its musical score. Have you seen any of these jukebox musicals?

Mamma Mia
773 votes
All Shook Up -- based on the music of Elvis
178 votes
Saturday Night Fever -- based on the music of the Bee Gees
885 votes
American Idiot -- based on the music of Green Day
97 votes
Jersey Boys -- based on the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
342 votes
Rock Of Ages --based on 80s rock music
253 votes
We Will Rock You -- based on the music of Queen
280 votes
I've seen all of them
45 votes
893 votes

4. If you are a fan of a group or singer's music, that may be the incentive to go see a movie based on their music. If not, it may be a deterrent. Which would most accurately describe your feelings?

The music showcased in a movie would be a motivating factor in me seeing that movie
343 votes
I am not influenced by the music in a movie in any way, as I go for the movie itself
236 votes
If I don't like a particular musical artist, then I would not go see a movie that featured their music
252 votes
Hard to say -- depends on the movie and the artist.
922 votes
Never watch or go see movies
547 votes
07/26/2019 Movies 2316 21 By: Harriet56


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