Thursday, 9 February 2017, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
2016, USA, 137 minutes, (12A)
Director – Ron Howard
A compilation of found footage featuring music, interviews and stories of the Beatles’ 250 concerts from 1963 to 1966. We love them yeah, yeah, yeah.
IMDb – The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years
Rotten Tomatoes – The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years
Official website – The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years
AUDIENCE SCORE – 92.19%
- Really interesting film, especially during the latter parts when the fame began to grind them down
- I am a Beatles fan but there were things I didn’t know in the film – so really enjoyed
- It was very cold in there
- Wonderful – toe tapping – great footage id never seen B4 worth every penny
- Very nostalgic brilliant
- Fantastic movie glad I came up will come for more events
- An uplifting testimony to innocence, immense talent and the love and joy of music – Imagine!
The audience gave the film ‘We Are Many‘ a score of 91.43%
The comments were as follows:
- Inspired but worried for the future.
- The futility of war is amply shown. Two weak leaders Bush and Blair is truly shown.
- Such a vital time to watch this film.. powerful, informative and heartbreaking. This was a really good documentary. Thank you.
- Brilliant thought provoking and extremely relevant at the moment.
- Fantastic well done for showing it.
- I’m very proud to have marched in 2003 – seems like it did do some good!
- Very emotive and informative. Sadly poignantly times – however isn’t it always… hoping for a better future. Thanks film club.
- Extremely persuasive and very powerful, thought provoking film.
- No matter who you vote for the government always wins.
- Very timely given current circumstances and a good reminder of what people power can achieve.
- Challenges what we should have done as well as go on the demo.
- It made me so mad! Is that good or bad. It should be compulsory viewing on TV.
- Profound connection! Mass / global protest and political change. An enjoyable watch – bar the scenes of carnage – as well as important idea.
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