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Despite suffering from tinnitus, Jackson Maine is an established singer playing to thousands of adoring fans in venues across the US. Setting out to find a local bar after his latest performance, he stumbles upon a young singer named Ally who wows him with her rendition of ‘La Vie en rose’. As the two become closer after spending time together, she accompanies him to one of his shows and joins him onstage to debut a duet of one of the songs she’s written. When the performance goes viral, Ally starts to become a star in her own right. But as her popularity and demand increases, Jackson’s struggle with his addiction to drugs and alcohol worsens, putting their relationship through tough times. The latest version of ‘A Star is Born’ is Bradley Cooper’s first as director, featuring a soundtrack composed of original songs.
Bad Blake only knows how to live one way: out on the road, playing tough guy country music in cheap bars in nowhere towns.
14+ years 106 mins
One of the greatest of all film musicals, Judy Garland stars as Esther Blodgett, a young dancer, singer and actress hoping to hit the big time.
11+ years 169 mins
A sentimental, dreamlike musical which sees two aspiring artists attempt to make it in Hollywood amidst a whirlwind romance.
11+ years 128 mins
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'Boy Erased' and 'If Beale Street Could Talk' are also in cinemas this week, with 'The Giant Pear' and 'A Star is Born' arriving on DVD.
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