It's hard to believe that it has been 20 years since Cameron Crowe's autobiographical film ALMOST FAMOUS premiered in theatres but it has been 20 years. ALMOST FAMOUS is our next Rialto Recommends. Set in 1973, ALMOST FAMOUS chronicles the funny and often poignant coming of age of 15-year-old William, an unabashed music fan who is inspired by the seminal bands of the time. When his love of music lands him an assignment from Rolling Stone magazine to interview the up-and-coming band Stillwater -- fronted by lead guitar Russell Hammond and lead singer Jeff Bebe William embarks on an eye-opening journey with the band's tour, despite the objections of his protective mother. ALMOST FAMOUS, with its great ensemble performances and story, is a well-crafted, warm-hearted movie that successfully draws you into its era. The Los Angeles Times raved "See it and it'll stay with you as your own memories do: funny, poignant, bittersweet and irreplaceable." While the New York Times proclaimed "As a director [Crowe] has an extraordinary gift for drawing out rounded, complex performances even in supporting roles and for indicating the fine emotional shadings in the relationships among his characters." ALMOST FAMOUS is streaming on Amazon Prime or available to rent for a modest fee from Amazon, GooglePlay, YouTube, Vudu, Apple and others. Watch it for the first time or watch it again like you'd listen to an old LP by your favorite band. We think you'll agree ALMOST FAMOUS is a gem HERE.