The Yesterday film, yes or no?

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by MGSeveral, May 5, 2019.

  1. Ben Adams

    Ben Adams Forum Resident

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    Yes. Two hours of my life not wasted on this.
     
  2. EProphet

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  3. Let me paraphrase you here - you aren't interested in seeing this movie?
     
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  4. bob_32_116

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    There is nothing wrong with saying they dislike this movie, or are so certain they would dislike it that they are not intnding to see it... but I think there is something very sad about getting so worked up and angry aboout this film’s mere existence. It’s only a movieafter all. It’s not important enough to allow it to stress you out and harm your personal relationships.
     
  5. Drifter

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    Yes, that's what I was getting at. This movie practically treats the Beatles like gods (which I don't necessarily disagree with :D) so I don't understand why many Beatles fans are in such a huff about it without even having seen it!?!
     
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  6. Cool hand luke

    Cool hand luke You shoulda heard just what I seen

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    Okay, what if it wasn't written by f'ing Richard Curtis ? And written by someone you approved of, or had never heard of? Then would you go , or do the same rules apply? Is it just the richard curtis thing that's making you so angry?
     
  7. Musician95616

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    It's a movie. Everyone relax.
     
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  8. MarkTheShark

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    I saw it today. Didn't know what to expect. Saw a trailer. Have avoided most reviews.

    I L-O-V-E-D it.
     
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  9. Evethingandnothing

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    Nah, Danny Boyle aswell. "Oh Danny Boyle, the pipes the pipes are ca-alling"
     
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  10. Cool hand luke

    Cool hand luke You shoulda heard just what I seen

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    Didn't ask you, my friend. But I'd ask you what's your problem with Danny Boyle? He's certainly proved himself a worthy filmmaker...
     
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  11. Evethingandnothing

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    I haven't a problem with either Curtis or Boyle, but I'm not a great fan of their films thus far.
     
  12. Drifter

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    Which ones have you seen? Or, not seen.
     
  13. Evethingandnothing

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    Four Weddings, Notting Hill, Love Actually, Bridget Jones, Boat That Rocked, Trainspotting, Shallow Grave, Slumdog, Sunshine, 127 Hours.
     
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  14. Cool hand luke

    Cool hand luke You shoulda heard just what I seen

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    No love for any of those? Trainspotting, Slumdog? Millions was good, i liked that one a lot. My kid did too. Oh well. Fair Enough. maybe someday you'll see Yesterday and surprise yourself and enjoy it. Or not. :tiphat:
     
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  15. Evethingandnothing

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    I thought Slumdog and 127 Hours were ok at the time, but find that I can't remember anything much at all about them except the basic premise. It's quite possible that I'll enjoy the Yesterday film. I don't know. I won't make a prior judgement.
     
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  16. Petrofsk

    Petrofsk Gort to Get You into My Life! Staff

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    Please note: anyone who posts spoilers in this thread will be thread banned.
    Let's be courteous, please.
     
  17. Gramps

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    As long as it gets millennial's into The Beatles instead of their phones, it's a good thing.
     
  18. Dhreview16

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    Going to see it later this month.
     
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  19. GeorgeBaby

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    The look on the main character’s face when he goes online and scrolls around this forum looking for Beatles threads is absolutely priceless.
     
  20. keyse1

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    You should read the Bob Dylan Rolling Thunder comments
    I loved it
    Very amusing as was the premise
    Some movies are just to be enjoyed as fun and not analysed as if it’s intention was to be a masterpiece
    Whatever else theBeatles are or were they were fun and had a real sense of humour
    and can be loved just on that basis
    Like the movie
     
  21. cwitt1980

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    If I was your wife or sister, I'd have it on all the time.
     
  22. MikeManaic61

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    Just got done watching Shallow Grave, first movie I've watched from Danny. Really good, felt like a horror movie at times.
     
  23. Mother

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  24. Vinny123

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    I’ll see it sooner or later. But it seems like a cool idea for a movie.
     
  25. bewareofchairs

    bewareofchairs Forum Resident

    I haven't seen this film yet. It sounds like it's not what I was hoping it would be.

    Nothing wrong with a harmless romcom, but I wish Yesterday had been in the hands of a writer more interested in exploring the premise.
     

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