5 thoughts on “11 Biopic

  1. Man on Wire
    The Queen

    The Throne (2015), highlighting the infamous life and death of Crown Prince Sado of Joseon
    The Imitation Game (2014), Alan Turing and his team inventing the “first” computer to decode the Enigma during WWII
    Marie Antoinette (2006), reimagining the life of the last queen of France before the French Revolution
    Yves Saint Laurent (2014), highlighting the career of the famous French fashion designer
    Grace of Monaco (2014), showing the challenges Grace Kelly faced in her Cinderella story
    The Theory of Everything (2014), highlighting the early life of the famous physicist Stephen Hawkings
    Jobs (2013) AND Steve Jobs (2015), Apple’s Steve Jobs shown through different actors
    Catch Me If You Can (2002), life of Frank Abagnale and how he gets to work for the FBI
    Loving Vincent (2017), highlighting the life and death of Vincent Van Gogh as an artist
    …and more

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  2. Man on Wire (2008),
    Bronson (2008), a biographical film about Michael Peterson, an incredibly violent English criminal who spends his time in solitary confinement making surrealist artwork.
    The End of the Tour (2015), which details an interview with David Foster Wallace at the end of his Infinite Jest book tour.
    Carlos (2010), a biographical film about Ilich Ramirez Sanchez and his involvement in violent left-wing activist groups.
    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998), a biographical film which depicts the absurdity and sadness of Hunter S. Thompson’s drug-fueled road trip to Las Vegas, and the death of 1960s counterculture.

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  3. The Darkest Hour
    Downfall
    Lincoln
    Schindler’s List (kind of a biopic)
    Gandhi
    Patton
    The Imitation Game
    The Blind Side
    A Gray State

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  4. Man on Wire
    Alexander Nevsky

    Really enjoyed Man on Wire because of how it would cut between different times in the story to keep the suspense. Alexander Nevsky was also really good because it was a Biopic, but shot through the lens of soviet propaganda.

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