When Elvis Aaron Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi in January of 1935, the world changed forever. Only it didn't know it yet. Nineteen years later, Presley would begin down a career path that would see him have 114 singles on the Top 40 Billboard charts with 18 of them becoming number one hits. He would star in 31 movies and win three Grammy awards, all for gospel music. He was dubbed the "king of rock and roll" and became one of the most controversial and polarizing figures in the United States. While there have been numerous books, documentaries, and movies about the man and performer, this month's feature film, Elvis, explores his life from the perspective of his manager, Colonel Tom Parker.