Steve Rash's The Buddy Holly Story (1978) shares something with films such as Ray and Walk the Line.
A lead performance, here by Gary Busey (singing for himself), is reason enough to spend a couple of hours with this film.
Since it's a Columbia release, one might presume that the quality would be superb. And they would be correct.
Wonderful film, telling the story of the final few years of an all too-brief life. I've always loved the Apollo Theater sequence, especially having been one of three white faces in the 2,000 plus seat venue c. 1961, there to see James Brown perform. Great experience.
Terrific film. Brilliant Blu-ray from Twilight Time via Columbia.
Image - 5
Audio - 5