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Synopsis

Rocketman is a biographical musical film that tells the story of the legendary musician Elton John. The film follows Elton's journey from his early days as a prodigy at the Royal Academy of Music to his rise to fame in the 1970s.

Directed by Dexter Fletcher, Rocketman stars Taron Egerton as Elton John and showcases his incredible musical talent and flamboyant style. The film delves into Elton's personal struggles with addiction, relationships, and self-acceptance.

Through a series of flashbacks and musical performances, viewers get a glimpse into the highs and lows of Elton's career and personal life. The film captures the essence of Elton John's music and showcases his enduring legacy as one of the greatest performers of all time.

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Play Title Artist
Rocketman
The Bitch Is Back
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
Les Patineurs
Emil Waldteufel: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Ben Foster: Arrangement
Lee
Stan Getz: Performer
Jimmy Raney: Writer
I Got A Feeling
Baker Knight: Performer
Ricky Nelson: Recorded
Rondo Alla Turca
I Want Love
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Kit Connor: Performer
Move It
Cliff Richard: Performer
Ian Samwell: Writer
Blue Suede Shoes
Elvis Presley: Performer
Carl Perkins: Writer
Piano Quintet in A Major D.667 (The Trout)
Franz Schubert: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Ben Foster: Arrangement
Streets Of Laredo
Giles Martin: (instrumental) traditional produced
Giles Martin: Traditional produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
Dave Hartley: Performer
Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
Breaking Down The Walls Of Heartache
Denny Randell: Writer
Jason Pennycooke: Performer
Thank You For All Your Loving
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
Candle In The Wind (Instrumental)
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Dave Hartley: Performer
Border Song
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
Daniel
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
Sad Songs (Say So Much)
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
Rock And Roll Madonna
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
Your Song
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
Amoreena
Elton John: Writer
Giles Martin: Produced
Taron Egerton: Performer
Screamin'
Crocodile Rock
Wild Women Don't Have the Blues
Tiny Dancer
Take Me To The Pilot
Hercules
Don't Go Breaking My Heart
Honky Cat
Ermine and Pearls
Pinball Wizard
Dazz
Rocket Man
Bennie And The Jets
Victim Of Love
Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
I'm Still Standing
I'm Gonna Love Me Again
The Bitch Is Back (Introduction) (Taron Egerton & Sebastian Rich)
Elton John: Performer
I Want Love (Kit Connor, Gemma Jones, Bryce Dallas Howard & Steven Mackintosh)
Elton John: Performer
Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting) (Taron Egerton & Kit Connor)
Elton John: Performer
Thank You for All Your Loving (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Border Song (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Rock and Roll Madonna (Interlude) (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Your Song (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Amoreena (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Crocodile Rock (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Tiny Dancer (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Take Me to the Pilot (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Hercules (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Don't Go Breaking My Heart (Interlude) (Taron Egerton & Rachel Muldoon)
Elton John: Performer
Honky Cat (Taron Egerton & Richard Madden)
Elton John: Performer
Pinball Wizard (Interlude) (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Rocket Man (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Bennie and the Jets (Interlude) (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me (Taron Egerton & Celinde Schoenmaker)
Elton John: Performer
Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Taron Egerton & Jamie Bell)
Elton John: Performer
I'm Still Standing (Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer
(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again (Elton John & Taron Egerton)
Elton John: Performer

User reviews

Daniel Martin
10/10

The soundtrack of Rocketman is a brilliant homage to Elton John's musical legacy, celebrating his enduring impact on the music industry and his ability to connect with audiences on a profound and personal level.

Ronald Martinez
6/10

The soundtrack effectively conveys the highs and lows of Elton John's life journey, capturing the triumphs and struggles with a poignant and authentic touch.

Patricia Clark
6/10

The soundtrack of Rocketman perfectly captures the essence of Elton John's music, bringing his iconic songs to life in a fresh and dynamic way.

Kimberly Roberts
6/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Rocketman is a fitting tribute to the musical legacy of Elton John, capturing the essence of his artistry and leaving a lasting impression on listeners.

Emily Baker
5/10

The soundtrack of Rocketman successfully balances nostalgia with a contemporary twist, appealing to both fans of Elton John's music and new audiences alike.

Charles Garcia
9/10

The soundtrack of Rocketman perfectly captures the essence of Elton John's iconic music and brings his timeless hits to life in a fresh and captivating way.

Timothy Perez
5/10

The way the film intertwines Elton John's classic hits with the storytelling creates a truly immersive experience for the audience, making the soundtrack a standout element.

Thomas Young
6/10

The production quality of the soundtrack is top-notch, with each song sounding vibrant and polished, enhancing the overall viewing experience of the film.

Mark Williams
5/10

Taron Egerton's vocal performances in the film are exceptional, showcasing his talent and dedication to embodying Elton John's unique sound.

Mary Mitchell
10/10

Each song in the film is masterfully reimagined and performed by Taron Egerton, who delivers a powerhouse vocal performance that truly honors Elton's unique style and artistry. The way the music is integrated into the storytelling enhances the emotional depth of the film and immerses the audience in Elton's world.

Matthew Williams
6/10

The emotional impact of the songs featured in the soundtrack is undeniable, evoking a range of feelings from joy to sorrow, mirroring the complexity of Elton John's own experiences.

Kimberly Wright
6/10

The emotional depth and raw honesty in the lyrics of Elton John's songs featured in the soundtrack resonate deeply, adding layers of complexity to the storytelling.

Carol Scott
5/10

The diversity of musical styles and genres represented in the soundtrack reflects the eclectic nature of Elton John's career, making it a rich and multifaceted listening experience.