A must-own for any Presley fan.
A must-own, if only for disc one.
When Elvis Presley released his first two albums, he forever altered popular music.
Purists may scoff, but the more open-minded may be pleasantly surprised.
A balanced picture of a brilliant performer who had flaws like anyone else.
The role is different for Elvis and shows what might have been.
Worth checking out for fans of spaghetti westerns.
A must-own for fans of Presley and an excellent reminder of why he was the King.
Could have pointed the direction of better things to come had Presley stayed in Hollywood.
Speedway is worth a look for fans of racing, Elvis Presley, and Nancy Sinatra.
A mostly forgettable film.
"Double Trouble" shows just how far out of touch musically Presley's people had become.
After some forgettable films, "Spinout" is a winner.
This movie is bad, even by Elvis standards.
Old songs, along with a quirky script, make for an entertaining, if bizarre film.
Thin on plot, but lighthearted and entertaining.
For fans of Presley, Margret and Sin City, "Viva Las Vegas" comes up a winner.
Not the best Presley film, but far from the worst and one of the more charming.
One of the more enjoyable Presley pictures.
When people say Presley had the potential to be a good actor, they point to films such as "Jailhouse Rock" as proof.