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Cadillac Records

Any one of the seven main characters featured in writer/director Darnell Martin's 2008 blues-biopic Cadillac Records could have garnered their own film. The life of rock & roll icon Chuck Berry alone, played here by the charmingly sly and underutilized Mos… (more)

Released: 2008

Rating: R

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01:34 — Written and Directed by Darnell Martin, CADILLAC RECORDS chronicles the rise of Chess Records and its recording artists. The film stars Adrien Brody a (more…)
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01:44 — Written and Directed by Darnell Martin, CADILLAC RECORDS chronicles the rise of Chess Records and its recording artists. The film stars Adrien Brody a (more…)
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  • Released: 2008
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Any one of the seven main characters featured in writer/director Darnell Martin's 2008 blues-biopic Cadillac Records could have garnered their own film. The life of rock & roll icon Chuck Berry alone, played here by the charmingly sly and underutilized Mos… (more)

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