Top 10 biographical movies, by the Guardian and Observer’s critics

“Cinema has always liked telling a good life story, and all kinds of biography – from the humblest to the starriest – have been given a filmic going-over,” said the Guardian.

These are the ten best biopics according to the critics of the Guardian and Observer.

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1. [amazon text=Andrei Rublev&template=custom_title&asin=6305257450&search_text=%TITLE%&title=Andrei Rublev Andrei Tarkovsky] (1966)
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The Guardian (founded in 1821) is a British national daily newspaper, and the Observer (founded in 1791) is its Sunday sibling. They are amongst the most influential papers in the world. The Guardian and its journalists have won numerous journalism awards, especially in the last decades.

Source: The Guardian
Last checked on: 16 January 2016