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Rediscover The Beatles in Eight Days A Week

Written By David D'Angelo on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 | 9/06/2016


How well do you know about THE BEATLES?  This great and legendary group's last performance happened 50 years ago and it is about time that a new film for them was released.  “The Beatles Eight Days a Week” is a biofilm that explores the early touring years of  John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr.


“The Beatles Eight Days a Week” is not a biofilm that casts new actors to play the roles of The Beatles.  It is a film which puts together films and videos that chronicles themselves into one must watch biofilm documentary.

The Beatles had a share of many things including some controversial issue when they say that they are even more popular than Jesus.  In their last concert at Candlestick Park, San Francisco, Aug, 29, 1966, their announcement of retirement came as a shock.  No one really expected that it will be their final performance - for them they had enough of such fame.

Why should you care about The Beatles movie?


They were a phenomenon.  Sports stadium was never been used as a concert venue before but this group draw the crowd in and made them like small concert venues.  The crowd that went to their concert were also something very interesting - girls that would scream all the way until the end and did not even care about the music.

They were terrific together in every way: sharp, clever, funny and quick. If John was the wittiest and had edge, Paul was twinkly and charming and George and Ringo often had a good line. Liverpudlians have a way with words and from the start their playing, their singing, their harmonies, and their confidence were utterly captivating. Whether you were a music fan or not, a teenager or not, a girl or not, From Me To You struck a chord of recognition – this was something wonderful, something special that we were going to love. - David Robson/Express

For Millenials, this group share something very common.  They were the dawning of a new age, they were something very unlikely back then but they became a hit.  Their hair and suit was very unconventional for rockstars but that became their signature of sensation and fame.



“The Beatles Eight Days a Week” is a rare feature length film that will bring you back to those days.  Explore and discover the craziness of those times, emerge into their music and discover why they were loved until this day.



It's more than just their music




The movie is mote than just their music.  The movie talks about what it feels like to be superstars and what it feels like to be at the center of fame and all the attention.  This movie could very well be an eye opener for all fans of present day to know more about how artists and performers feel.

The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years, an enjoyable feature-length film for release in cinemas September 21, captures the glorious madness of it all. Whether were around at the time or not, it comes as a shock to see how crazy it was. And even if you do remember, it’s a joy to be reminded how utterly wonderful the Beatles were. They were a brilliant band, forged by Liverpool’s Cavern, numberless hours playing in Hamburg and on the road. Through all the madness, the pressure, the travel, the work, the interviews, the hysterical fans, the crazed love, the threats, what kept them sane and sustained them was their four-in-oneness. And their influence continues to this day.

I am highly recommending that you do watch the film because I am sure you will love it.  I know that it is not your ordinary Hollywood film but who cares.  Experience The Beatles all over again.

Youth culture and The Beatles


The Beatles carry an unsurpassed TV record to this day I think.  When they performed lived on February 9th, 1964, 8:12pm EST, 73 million people watched them.  This is the largest audience ever in television history and marks the birth of youth culture.

Witness how four young men invigorated the youth not only in America but worldwide.  The movie will feature their early tours and the hardships that they encountered.  By the time the band quit touring in August of 1966, they had performed 166 concerts in 15 countries and 90 cities around the world.

Their song, their tour and their culture seems to bring the world together in a time when Cold War and other tensions exist.

The Beatles Eight Days A Week Philippine Showing


The Beatles: Eight Days A Week-The Touring Years will be released in the Philippines on September 21, 2016 through Solar Pictures.  To know more about the movie and join in the discussions please follow the links below:

Official Hashtags: #TheBeatlesEightDaysAWeek, #TheBeatles
Official Website http://thebeatleseightdaysaweek.com/
Official Beatles website:  www.thebeatles.com

You can also follow Solar Pictures is on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @solarpicturesPH.

Are you ready for The Beatles?  I am... anyway I would also like to share my favorite song from them.



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