January 24th, 2020

Details from IMDB:

Yesterday (2019)

PG-13 | | ComedyFantasyMusic | 28 June 2019 (USA)
A struggling musician realizes he's the only person on Earth who can remember The Beatles after waking up in an alternate timeline where they never existed.


 Danny Boyle


 Richard Curtis (screenplay by), Jack Barth (story by) | 1 more credit »
Initial Thoughts:
I’ve loved The Beatles for a long time, not my whole life but for over 30 years. I’m always interested in any movie which celebrates their music, this one was on the Cineplex app (and I had a code) so I watched it.
Main Points:
While the movie certainly does celebrate Beatles music, it also gives us a story about what it means to be successful and ultimately what it means to be happy.
I thought the Beatles songs were done really well, good acting, a nice story and even a couple of surprises that I enjoyed a lot. I won’t spoil it when a certain person (with distinctive glasses) shows up, I smiled from ear to ear and I really think they captured his spirit well.
This movie will remind you just how wonderful The Beatles really were and the huge impact they had one the world. I can see that the story is a little corny and simple but that’s all this movie needs it to be.
Final Thoughts:
“All you need is love, love is all you need”. The movie reminds you of what matters in life and the best way to be happy. I really enjoyed this movie and give it a solid 8 out 10. I think any Beatles fan has to see this and I know from the fact that my wife liked it (and she is not even slightly a Beatles fan) proves also don’t have to one to like it. Maybe a little mature for young kids, I’d say ages 13+. Obviously a big recommendation from me. See this if too can, you’ll be glad you did.