{“data”:[{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”This weekend don’t just sit in front of your Netflix accounts, tirelessly sifting through film and television genres like \”Dark Humor Movies\” and \”Quirky TV Shows Featuring a Strong Female Lead\”. Instead shake that defeated\\-by\\-your\\-own\\-streaming\\-service feeling and check out these cinematic ditties devoted to rock n’ roll.\n”}},{“type”:”html”,”data”:{“text”:”“}},{“type”:”heading”,”data”:{“text”:”“Not Fade Away” \\- 2012″}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”It’s a ’60s\\-set tale of a two\\-bit rock band started by Douglas \\(John Magaro\\), a small\\-town New Jersey youth, in the wake of the British Invasion.\n”}},{“type”:”video”,”data”:{“source”:”youtube”,”remote_id”:”8w_uqflpCcU”}},{“type”:”heading”,”data”:{“text”:”\”Nowhere Boy\” \\- 2009″}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”\”Nowhere Boy\” is a fascinating depiction of John Lennon’s childhood and his escape into the new and exciting world of rock ‘n’ roll where he finds a kindred spirit in the teenage Paul McCartney. It’s a good historical drama, be able to set the factual history aside to enjoy the dramatic stories.\n”}},{“type”:”video”,”data”:{“source”:”youtube”,”remote_id”:”I0Qu62_vPbo”}},{“type”:”heading”,”data”:{“text”:”\”Rock n Roll High School\” \\- 1979″}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Welcome to Vince Lombardi High School, where most of the teachers have suffered from nervous breakdowns due to the students’ fervent love of rock ‘n’ roll music and their desire to just party all the time. \n”}},{“type”:”video”,”data”:{“source”:”youtube”,”remote_id”:”y1001xArPVk”}},{“type”:”heading”,”data”:{“text”:”\”Velvet Goldmine\” \\- 1998″}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Mostly an interesting glide through the times of glam\\-rock culture, \”Velvet Goldmine\” stars Ewan McGregor as Brian Slade, the rock god of the glam rock era in London during the ’70s. After his sudden disappearance at the peak of his career, a reporter sets out to find the truth about what happened to Slade.\n”}},{“type”:”video”,”data”:{“source”:”youtube”,”remote_id”:”FRY9K78uDRs”}},{“type”:”heading”,”data”:{“text”:”\”The Weird World Of Blowfly\” \\- 2010″}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Meet Clarence Reid who got his start as a lynchpin of the esteemed Miami soul scene, where he wrote Top 10 songs for groups like KC & The Sunshine Band, and who has also built a forty\\-five year career performing X\\-rated parodies and scatological ditties as the incorrigible proto\\-hip\\-hopper Blowfly. \n”}},{“type”:”video”,”data”:{“source”:”vimeo”,”remote_id”:”27079034″}},{“type”:”heading”,”data”:{“text”:”\”School of Rock\” \\- 2003″}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Jack Black impersonates a substitute teacher, forces kids to play rock ‘n’ roll, and then kidnaps them to pursue his rock ‘n’ roll delusions of grandeur by performing at Battle of the Bands.\n”}},{“type”:”video”,”data”:{“source”:”youtube”,”remote_id”:”XCwy6lW5Ixc”}},{“type”:”heading”,”data”:{“text”:”\”Spice World\” \\- 1998″}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”This movie is actually quite hilarious because it acknowledges the Spice Girls’ flash\\-in\\-the\\-pan status and lets them poke fun about their frankly synthetic career and touting of \”girl power\”.\n”}},{“type”:”video”,”data”:{“source”:”youtube”,”remote_id”:”XbG8d7CM0IQ”}},{“type”:”heading”,”data”:{“text”:”\”Shake, Rattle, and Rock!\” \\- 1994″}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”A sort of prequel or companion piece to \”Rock n Roll High School\”, \”Shake, Rattle and Rock_!\”_ similarly pits the grown\\-up forces of repression against the youthful, anarchic spirit of rock ‘n’ roll. A pitch\\-perfect mixture of satire and music with people like Renée Zellweger bopping around singing, and Howie Mandel paying an American Bandstand\\-esque TV host.\n”}},{“type”:”video”,”data”:{“source”:”youtube”,”remote_id”:”LfIdYZ9EHzU”}}]}