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A very bad movie from A good director!
A film imagines a world almost entirely wiped of the British band's catalog, but the end result is not more than a routine romantic comedy!
The idea of The Beatles having never existed in an otherwise contemporary 2019, Yesterday's central conceit, raises so many questions: could the music industry as it stands in 2019 even break a Beatles? Would their music - so full of 60s references and the optimism of early psychedelia - even rate? Would the marketers, the producers, the managers know what they had, and could they leave well enough alone? And what about the fact that the songs would be coming from an Indian-British guy instead of four white boys from Liverpool? Talk about the perfect vehicle for separating the message vs the messenger! Could this be the final evolution of the music biopic, with all the sing-along, reliving-the-hits appeal of the traditional biopic but none of the hoary, destined-for-stardom hagiography?