Location: New Jersey
"Tramps Like Us"
Directed by: Steven Speilberg
Written by: Alan Ball
Original Score by: Bruce Springsteen
Mark Wahlberg as Bruce Springsteen
Michael Clarke Duncan as Clarence Clemons
Juilanne Moore as Patty Scialfa
Ryan Malgarini as Young Bruce
Mike Myers as Danny Federici
Steve Buschemi as Garry Tallent
Jeff Goldblum as Max Weinberg
Robert Downey Jr. as Nils Lofgren
Dominic Chianese as Roy Bittan
Edie Falco as Soozie Tyrell
Steve Van Zandt as himself
Judi Dench as Mary
Tagline: "Baby, We were Born to Run"
Synopsis: Tramps Like Us is the story of one of the most appreciated musicians and performers of all time, Bruce Springsteen. Directed by one of his biggest fans, Steven Spielberg. The film starts out with one of his performances in the summer of 1999 and flashbacks to his troublesome childhood living in Asbury Park exploring who this infamous Mary is that he writes about in all of his songs. As the film flashes back, it mentions on how the E Street Band was created and how he met his "Red Head Woman" that he love today. Touching on his career and reaching the point in which the film starts, it follows into his help to relieve victims of 9/11 and how he is just an idol for the state of New Jersey.
What the press would say:
Move over Ray and Walk the Line, the next big music hit is in. Tramps like Us will make you sing, dance, cry, laugh, and just is a good time in theatres. For all those who did not appreciate Bruce in the beginning...You will appreciate him now after seeing this phenomenal film.
Best Original Score: Bruce Springsteen
Best Actor: Mark Wahlberg
Best Supporting Actress: Julianne Moore/Judi Dench
Best Supporting Actor: Michael Clarke Duncan/Robert Downey Jr.
Best Original Song: Devils and Dust by Bruce Springsteen