You Can't Do That! The Making of 'A Hard Day's Night'
Thirty years after A Hard Day's Night, its producer, director, writer and others describe its making. United Artists Records came to Walter Shenson, asking him to produce a movie so UA could issue a soundtrack album. Shenson signed Lester to direct, and they got the Beatles to agree to star. Shenson sent Owen to Dublin to spend time with the Fab Four; from this came a script built around their being prisoners of their own success. Phil Collins, himself an extra on A Hard Day's Night, hosts this examination of a seminal film: what was ad-libbed, why was it a hit, what was its influence on other movies, and how did it define the way the public viewed each Beatle for years to come?
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Joseph V (kr) wrote: I turned this piece of crap off after about a half hour of pseudo comedy, pseudo action, and pseudo sexiness.
Rachel a (us) wrote: I know this movie didn't get the greatest reviews but I actually thought it was pretty good. I did miss about the first 20 minutes so maybe that affects my judgement a little but I enjoyed it overall. It was kind of similar to a modern version of 'Evil Dead'. I'm glad they decided to avoid CGI effects and focus more on makeup gore because it just adds alot to a film in my opinion. I thought the actors (for a bunch of people I've never heard of before) did a good job at being creepy. The film wasn't over hollywoodized with stars but there was still a little too much relationship drama given the age of the characters. I do think they could have done alot more with the subject they were given and the ending wasn't very conclusive of anything. But if you really think about the predicament the characters were facing- the idea of being forced to make a choice to kill your friends or loved ones when you weren't sure they were possessed or completely normal- it would be a hard decision for anyone to make and this film will really get you thinking.
Simon D (nl) wrote: It's a shame that members of the Wu-tang clan would sell out like this. They had a certain cool which elevated them above a lot of others in their genre and then they go and make such a ridiculous film. I guess money rules their world.
Lucy W (mx) wrote: Kwl of what i've seen, looks alot like mean girls thou lol
Filippo V (ca) wrote: Con uno stile unico e scene esplicite e crude, Requiem for a Dream un film con una visione strettamente pessimistica: il regista Darren Aronofsky sceglie una storia che non presenta neanche la minima luce di speranza, ed il risultato commovente e difficile da dimenticare.
Jeffrey M (jp) wrote: Enjoyable movie to check out on netflix instant
miranda p (mx) wrote: Love this Maeve Binche work. Benny is an ordinary Irish girl who suffers from weight problems and insecurities but she finds independence once she goes to college and I think the story is so so very great. Minnie Driver did a great job!!
Waleed A (jp) wrote: Decent movie with an interesting story but very long and sometimes boring. It had trouble keeping my interest at times. And I also found the nonlinear storytelling very unnecessary and it didn't add anything to the movie. Completely dialogue-based, which is not normally my thing even though a lot of the dialogue was very good. Some very memorable moments. all star cast with some great performances (2 viewings)
Jessica S (br) wrote: Utterly forgettable, but still worth a look.
Lisa S (kr) wrote: Now this is what an indie movie ought to be like. Totally awesome movie from Spheeris.
Dan C (mx) wrote: Some of the grossest gore effects I've ever seen, brains aplenty. It is sillier than a Three Stooges short as well. It's incredibly original in its pastiche of splatter and cheesy sci-fi and its bizarre sense of humor.
Richard L (ag) wrote: This movie has great black and white picture quality contrasting with badly-acted dialogues overdubbed on upbeat jazzy music while the lead character gets victimized every 10 minutes or so. For a 65-minute movie, there is a surprisingly high number of long scenes not contributing in any way to the storyline that show an urban setting or women in their underwear.