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‘Elvis’ trend is Sparking again after the movie’s premiere on HBO Max!

Fans are Discussing

Fans at home are discussing the famous biopic , which is now available to view on Max. The popular movie Elvis, directed by Baz Luhrmann, is streamable on , and putting some fresh eyes on the biography has brought it back into style. The movie generated a lot of discussions while it was playing in theaters. 

Although there were differences of opinion over certain elements of the film, ’s portrayal of the King of Rock ‘n Roll was largely praised by the audience. After seeing the movie at home on HBO Max, many more people are currently thinking the same thing.

Fan Tweeted

I watched the # yesterday, a fan tweeted. Amazing. movies as works of art. Sometimes quite tense. 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 weeping with happy tears while seeing #ElvisMovie. I had the impression that I was in Elvis’ room.

Austin Wow, you did such an incredible job; you are truly outstanding. As I watched it a third time, I couldn’t help but fall in love with Austin. The movie is just stunning. Another tweet states, Watching the magnificent #ElvisMovie, which should be nominated for best picture and Austin Butler for best actor, I’m reminded that some of history’s greatest talents inevitably come to a terrible end. Elvis Presley was one of the finest of all time.”

The heart is Full and Sad

Elvis. Sincerely, I never thought of you before, but after seeing this movie, my heart is both full and sad, a different admirer says. There is no way to more accurately express how I am feeling right now. You are the ruler, and Austin Butler is the top performer.

Another mini-review says, Oh my, this is a must-see if you have a chance. 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 for his portrayal of Elvis Presley. I rate this film five out of five stars.