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Directed by TV veteran Darnell Martin, the musical drama Cadillac Records documents the compelling true-life story of the Chicago record label that helped the world discover such legendary artists as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, and Chuck Berry. Founded in 1950 by Leonard Chess (Adrien Brody), Chess Records quickly gained a reputation as home to some of the most talented and influential blues artists ever to step into a recording studio. But giving these musicians an opportunity to bring their music to the ...

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The Pageturner

Aug 12, 2009

Music Pulsates From the Screen

For some reason, I can never finish this movie, but each time I re-watch it the music becomes better and stronger! The actors don't seem to "out act" the other actors. They flow very well and the story is unified. The old classics are renewed with voices of present actors and musicians. Ms. Knowles makes an excellent Etta James and adding Adrian Brody to the mix was a spectacular move. It is a film that you can watch and never tire of.

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