Finished "Daisy Jones & The Six" Already? Add These Movies To Your Watchlist Next

In case you've already finished Daisy Jones & the Six (which, same), these are some movies that will cure your rock 'n' roll drama withdrawals:

1.Almost Famous (2000)

scene from the film with Kate Hudson's and Patrick Fugit's character

A young aspiring writer, William Miller (Patrick Fugit), is given the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to write a ride-along story for Rolling Stone in the '70s about an up-and-coming band. It's a coming-of-age story with lots of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll. Also on the playbill are Kate Hudson, Frances McDormand, Zooey Deschanel, and Anna Paquin.

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2.The Runaways (2010)

Cherrie Currie painting on her makeup in the film

Based on the true story of the '80s glam rock girl group, The Runaways, this film follows Joan Jett (Kristin Stewart) and Cherrie Currie (Dakota Fanning), two disgruntled southern California teens, as they hit success as the two front women of the infamous band The Runaways. Acting in a small cameo as Fanning's sister is Daisy Jones herself, Riley Keough.

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3.That Thing You Do! (1996)

a character from the film, playing the drums and adjusting his sunglasses

This is a fun, kooky romantic comedy about a group of musicians ready to do anything to make it. We follow the band from conception to one-hit-wonder status right before everything falls apart as the band's core crumbles to ego, greed, and fame.

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4.Walk the Line (2005)

scene where Johnny is staring at June from his bar stool

The biography drama is about music legend Johnny Cash (Joaquin Phoenix), following his rise to notoriety from living on a cotton farm to recording alongside Elvis Presley. It also follows and features his many love affairs including the incredible June Carter, played by Reese Witherspoon in one of her most prolific performances.

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5.Sing Street (2016)

scene from the film where the man is talking to the girl on the steps of her apartment

Another coming-of-age, romantic comedy, taking place during the '80s recession in Dublin, where a young boy finds a safe space in music after moving from a private school to a rough, inner-city school. Nominated for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy at the 2017 Golden Globes, this is definitely one you should watch.


6.Once (2007)

scene from the film where the man is standing alone in a music store

A charming story about Guy (Glen Hansard) and Girl (Markéta Irglová) who stumble upon companionship as they work together through music. This epic and soft romance is told mostly through the songs these two talented people write together. It's a truly magical and musical film to watch.


7.Begin Again (2014)

scene from the film where Dan and Greta are dancing down the street at night

Down-and-out music producer Dan (Mark Ruffalo) discovers neglected singer-songwriter Greta (Kiera Knightly), and the two blossom a beautiful relationship as they work ingeniously to create Greta's first album. All the while dealing with their personal struggles like Greta's ex-partner Dave (Adam Levine) and Dan's midlife crisis.

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8.And Music and Lyrics (2007)

scene from the film where Alex and Sophie are singing into the same microphone

Once a successful boy band member and ready to make a comeback, Alex Fletcher (Hugh Grant) enlists the help of Sophie Fisher (Drew Barrymore) to write a song suitable enough for pop singer Cora Corman (Haley Bennett). Their bond strengthens as they continue working together, and eventually, it's more than friendship.

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