• dEL

    ★★★½ Watched by dEL 30 May, 2016

    "Avant-garde is French for bullshit"
    -John Lennon

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  • graceann04

    ★★★★ Added by graceann04

    Very cool cinematography and love the Beatles songs

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  • LLFIN

    ½ Watched by LLFIN 06 Apr, 2012

    WTF and OMG. Even the Beatles (hence half a star) could not save this. Had to fast forward almost 2 hours of it. What a waste of 73 million..... OMG.

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  • SoFuLL

    Rewatched by SoFuLL 22 May, 2016

    The worst crime committed against the Beatles since Mark David Chapman.

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  • Matt Lavender

    ★★ Watched by Matt Lavender 20 May, 2016 1

    All right do this but with like Faith No More or someone. Generally can't stand musicals but I can stand The Beatles after they dicked about in India and started getting fucked up. Movie's pretty not great, feels weirdly dead behind the eyes and spectacularly musical-theatre-dorky but it looks amazing and yeah ok the covers are fine enough. Let down by the lack of Revolution 9 and could've done with less Yoko Bono. Almost worth watching just for the dumb…

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  • santana

    ★★½ Watched by santana 17 May, 2016

    tbh i thought it was going to be better

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  • Blaine McGaffigan

    ★★★ Rewatched by Blaine McGaffigan 13 May, 2016

    It is a visual ride through our favorite Beatles songs done with beautiful renditions.

    Many of the experimental cinematography scenes are exciting, but one out of four use cheap tricks that undermine the more spectacular elements.

    The vocal work in this film is amazing with the exception of Sadie, the Janis Joplin-esque character.

    The story is pretty basic, but fits the bill for a 60’s love story told through Beatles songs.

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  • Alistair Ryder

    Watched by Alistair Ryder 13 May, 2016

    There is a fine art to making a jukebox musical. After all, writing songs to fit a narrative is one thing, but working ones that already exist into a fully coherent storyline? That is a near impossible act to perfect without falling into stupidity; We Will Rock You and Mamma Mia may be beloved stage hits, but their messy construction contradicts the very musical perfection the artists who inspired the shows aimed to create. The Beatles are the most beloved…

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  • agnus

    ★½ Watched by agnus 07 May, 2016

    Ble.

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  • Kaitlyn Walker

    ★★★½ Watched by Kaitlyn Walker 07 May, 2016

    The weird dream like moments of this movie are kind of, well, weird. With the exception of the Uncle Sam one, that one is good. Personally i love the characters of Max and Jude and the actors who play them. Being honest even though i love this film, most of the reason i like it so much is the soundtrack, i mean who can hate a movie full of The Beatles. I love musicals but they always seem to lack…

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  • Charlie Stuip

    ★★½ Watched by Charlie Stuip 03 May, 2016

    This movie was too indulgent to be successful. It dwells in a utopian view of hippie culture, relying too much on the music and not enough on the characters. Weak plot. Die hard Beatles fans will love it.

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  • emily lauren

    ★★ Watched by emily lauren 02 May, 2016

    i feel like i watched this on accident or smth like...
    prudence was the best part abt this white ASS film!! and the beatles are whatever don't fight w me on this.

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