Creating a Musical Biopic is not easy because we need to do a lot of research for the masterpiece to be perfect. Thus, we need to gather facts, especially those critical events that happened in the life of the person. Hence, it will make the story more interesting, and the people will get to know about the artist. Johnny Cash is one of the music legends that we know due to his influence and contribution to the music industry. But, there’s a lot of things that we don’t know about yet.

“The Legend”

Johnny Ray Cash or commercially known as Johnny Cash was a multi-talented artist. He is not just a singer; Cash was also an actor and author. He is a fine man dominated the music spotlight. Anyhow, he is considered as one of the best-selling music artist of all time. In addition, he is also included in the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame, Songwriters Hall of Fame and Country Music Hall of Fame. Wow, this man is indeed a legend, and he is a real gem with a unique talent.

Johnny Cash had a rough childhood since their family was not that fortunate with material things. Further, this event in his life made him stronger as a person and this molded him to strive harder and have a better life. Most of his songs were inspired by his life struggles which are good because a lot of people in the middle class that time can relate to it.

“The Music Biopic”

Walk the Line” was released in 2005 and it talks about the biography of the Legend Johnny Cash. Further, the film showed Cash’s early life. His road to stardom and his struggles and of course the happy to his story. Upon the film’s release, it became a massive sensation in the movie screen. In addition, the movie even had five Oscar nominations. Critics also responded positively to the movie which is a good thing.

In 2007, the movie “Walk the Line” even won the title of the greatest music biopic. Hence, the determination of the winner was held by the poll body LoveFilm. Over 2,000 film lovers were polled in this event to determine the winner and luckily Cash brought the bacon home. In my opinion, the film became an inspiration and it showcased what a true movie should be.