Top 10 Movies for Guitarists
Here are 10 great rock 'n' roll movies — not including documentaries, concert films or musicals — that any guitar player could appreciate.
08. Light of Day (1987)
This lesser-known film attempted to break Michael J. Fox out of the slacker image he'd developed in Back to the Future. Fox's character, Joe, is a local Cleveland rocker, but he's more interested in being a role model for his nephew, whose mother, played by Joan Jett, neglects in favor of music.
The film is awash in Eighties sentimentality but offers some decent performances, including a cover of Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Rude Mood."
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