Almost Famous (2000)

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122 min.
Plot  In 1973, William Miller (Patrick Fugit), is a 15-year-old boy aspiring to be a rock journalist. His mother, Elaine (Frances McDormand), wants him to become a lawyer. Shunned by his classmates, he writes for underground papers in San Diego, sharing the love of rock music instilled in him through a gift of albums left behind on the day his sister Anita (Zooey Deschanel) leaves home.

William listens to an interview with rock journalist Lester Bangs (Philip Seymour Hoffman). William has sent Bangs copies of his work, and Bangs gives William a $35 assignment to write up a review of a Black Sabbath concert. At first reluctant to assist a journalist, they eventually bring William backstage after he verbally praises their work. The guitarist, Russell Hammond (Billy Crudup), takes a liking to William, partly because of William's friendship with Penny.

William goes with Penny to the "Riot House" – the Hyatt Hotel on Sunset Boulevard to meet Stillwater. Penny, feigning retiremen...
  

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Patrick Fugit
William Miller
Michael Angarano
Young William
Billy Crudup
Russell Hammond
Frances McDormand
Elaine Miller
Kate Hudson
Penny Lane
Jason Lee
Jeff Bebe
Zooey Deschanel
Anita Miller
Anna Paquin
Polexia Aphrodisia
Fairuza Balk
Sapphire
Bijou Phillips
Estrella Starr
Noah Taylor
Dick Roswell
Terry Chen
Ben Fong-Torres
Jay Baruchel
Vic Munoz
Jimmy Fallon
Dennis Hope
Rainn Wilson
David Felton
Liz Stauber
Leslie Hammond
Eric Stonestreet
Sheldon the Desk Clerk

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Almost Famous
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Country

United States

Language

English

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