Fans poured much love on the recently released Elvis Presley biography which is streaming on HBO Max’s directed by Baz Luhrmann’s smash blockbuster.
Elvis, the movie is yet again buzzing. The movie created chaos and generated a lot of discussion while it was playing in theatres. Although there were differences of opinion over certain aspects of the film, Austin Butler’s portrayal of the King of Rock ‘n Roll was largely praised by the audience.
One audience member tweeted, “Saw the Elvis Movie yesterday.” “Amazing movie in terms of art poured in this film. It contains all the emoticons, ups and down. But it’s a bittersweet tale. However, the film is fantastic on many levels. And Austin Butler gave a standout performance.”
Another person claims, “I was sobbing with tears of laughter while watching this film. “I had the impression that I was in Elvis’ room. Austin Wow, you did quite an incredible job; you are totally incredible. As I watched it a third time, I couldn’t help but be in love with Austin. The movie is just stunning.
One tweet states, “I’m convinced that many of the greatest athletes in mankind usually end tragically. It’s excellent and should be nominated for best film along with Austin Butler for best actor.” One of the greatest performers of all time was Elvis Presley.
Another tweet states, “I rarely considered you before, but after seeing this movie, I have mixed emotions”.
A man poured heat out and wrote, “Everyone should watch this film. Austin Butler is such a cutie; it looks like Elvis is still around. You must watch it, and it would be a crying tragedy if Austin didn’t win an Oscar for his portrayal of Elvis Presley. I rate this film five out of five stars.”
Since its debut, Elvis has been extremely popular. At the box office, the movie brought in more than $277 million, making it the second-most lucrative biography of a musician ever.
Although reviewers didn’t also seem to disagree that Austin Butler was outstanding in the evaluations, which were generally good, despite some flaws.
Elvis was helmed by Baz Luhrmann. The movie also stars Olivia DeJonge, Helen Thomson, Richard Roxburgh, and Butler and Hanks.