All of the 'A Star Is Born' movies ranked from worst to best
I loved Bradley Cooper's "A Star is Born" and honestly can't stop talking about it.
I am also obsessed with all things entertainment (maybe this is why I am an entertainment reporter?) and love to watch things that make me cry, which makes the movie's tragic tale of fame, love, and addiction feel like it was made for people like me.The main story of "A Star is Born" is the same in each iteration: A famous, alcoholic man's career goes into decline right as the career of the woman he loves blossoms. It is Hollywood's "Romeo and Juliet," except Juliet doesn't die. The only thing that changes is the industry: the first films are about actors, and the most recent versions are about musicians.
After seeing Cooper's 2018 version of the movie, I watched all three previous "A Star is Born" movies and decided which ones are the best and why people keep retelling this story every few decades.
On this pop culture journey I learned that Gary Busey is in one of them and that in the 1930s, adults who were famous movie stars drank huge glasses of milk with dinner.
Here are all of the "A Star is Born" movies, ranked from worst to best (and where you can stream them):
Note: Although it tells a similar story, we did not include 1932's "What Price Hollywood?"