Opinion Battles Round 15 Favourite Biographical Film

Opinion Wars Round 15 – Favourite Biopic!

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Favourite Biographical

Over the years we have seen hundreds of films looking at famous people’s lives ranging from a single moment to the whole life, we have had scientist, musicians, sports stars, President and many more to pick from, but what is your favourite?

We are only have one more round this year which will be film set in space, which will be needed by 29th November 2015 so if you are interested email moviereviews101@yahoo.co.uk

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Rush (2013)rush

I personally could have picked so many different films here but I went for Rush because I do love Formula One and this provided a history lesson into one of the greatest rivalries of all time between James Hunt and Niki Lauda. The scenes are brilliantly intense and this film also showed that Chris Hemsworth isn’t just a pretty face with both himself and Daniel Bruhl giving…

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29 Responses to Opinion Battles Round 15 Favourite Biographical Film

  1. vinnieh says:

    There are so many good ones out there, really tough choice.

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  2. Rush, Elephant Man, and Malcolm X are in my top ten Ems. I haven’t seen Capote yet, but someday.😊.

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  3. movierob says:

    I’m actually not much of a fan of TEM Ems, Maybe its the gross out factor that gets to me too easily! good luck!

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  4. BunKaryudo says:

    You got my vote again, Emma. Great choice of film. 🙂

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  5. beetleypete says:

    Sorry, should read Malcolm X.

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  6. beetleypete says:

    I voted for The Elephant Man from those available, as it is one of the few films that has ever made me cry. (The theatre scene…) I don’t like F1, so have never seen ‘Rush,’ and probably never will. I would have liked to have seen ‘Raging Bull’ included. As the story of Jake La Motta, it was first rate. Also ‘Malcom X’ for Denzil Washington’s outstanding performance.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    • emmakwall says:

      Cheers Pete! It’s also the only film that’s ever made my boyfriend cry so I know what you mean 🙂

      It was between this and Capote for me! But The Elephant Man had more profound effect. X


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