By Adam Scovell
Retracing the Beatle’s solo stroll through West London in Richard Lester’s 1964 music film.
The Beatles’ sublime songbook is the subject of this sadly underpowered and incurious romantic Britcom.
By Thomas Hobbs
This affectionate doc tells the story of how George Harrison’s HandMade Films changed the face of British cinema.
The director will draw on over 55 hours of never-before-seen footage.
By Ethan Warren
How do these psychedelic fantasias, starring The Beatles and The Monkees respectively, hold up today?
A key ingredient is missing from this tribute to the Fab Four’s seminal pop-rock LP: the music.
By Ed Gibbs
The Fab Four’s meteoric rise from local grafters to global game-changers is relived in Ron Howard’s emotive doc.