Sometimes, truth is stranger (and way more compelling) than fiction. That's why movies based on real-life events have the power to captivate us, leaving us both entertained and enlightened. 

Zodiac (2007) 


With a stellar cast including Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Anthony Edwards, "Zodiac" is based on chilling true events from the 1960s. As the Zodiac killer terrorizes San Francisco, these men strive to stop the devastation.

Milk (2008) 


"Milk" tells the inspiring tale of Harvey Milk's late entry into politics, driven by his LGBTQ+ activism and unwavering commitment to his beliefs, defying opposition.

The Social Network (2010) 


"The Social Network" delves into Facebook's origins, showcasing Mark Zuckerberg's brilliance amidst the trials of innovation, portrayed by Jesse Eisenberg and Armie Hammer.

The Blind Side (2009) 


"The Blind Side": Oher's journey from neglect to NFL stardom touches hearts in this emotional rollercoaster.

Ray (2004) 


Jamie Foxx portrays Ray Charles in the biographical drama, depicting the musician's remarkable journey of overcoming blindness and childhood struggles to achieve musical greatness.

The Irishman (2019) 


"The Irishman" on Netflix captivates with its stellar cast and gripping tale of Frank Sheeran's transformation from truck driver to hitman in organized crime.

Walk The Line (2005) 


Before Joker, Phoenix ignited Cash in "Walk the Line" (2005). Raw talent, Cash's struggles, & love with Witherspoon's June unfold. Music, drama, truth.