THE LEAST HISTORICALLY ACCURATE MUSIC BIOPICS EVER MADE

There’s a fine line between embellishment and outright fiction. Most biopics tread it. Some cross it. Some pretend it doesn’t exist at all. Below are seven across the last 70 years that took the truth to the limit — and sometimes further than that.
  1. Night and Day (1946) Degree of accuracy: 64%
  2. Lisztomania (1975) Degree of accuracy: 12%
  3. The Buddy Holly Story (1978) Degree of accuracy: 67%
  4. Amadeus (1984) Degree of accuracy: 53%
  5. Stoned (2005) Degree of accuracy: 70%
  6. The Runaways (2010) Degree of accuracy: 29%
  7. CBGB (2013) Degree of accuracy: 19%