Unfortunately, that's the only one that's really worth watching. The Yellow Submarine was mostly without the Beatles' involvement at all, Let It Be was a documentary of the split-up in the making, and everything else was just them running around like idiots with some bits of them lip-syncing their songs. They stopped making movies because they broke up, with the Let It Be documentary being pretty much a slow-motion trainwreck. I guess watching them run around acting goofy could be fun, but these were really low budget (Magical Mystery Tour looked like it was filmed entirely on an abandoned airfield, and the bus just driving in small circles), definitely something that can be entertaining if you're high or something. I'm glad they stopped making stuff like that, but too bad they didn't do more stuff like Hard Day's Night, which was a totally legit movie, even if it was made for the soul purpose of promoting an upcoming album.
Yeah, I should have explained better I've seen all of the movies they've done. The only one I haven't really watched that much was "Let it Be" because its just sad and super tense. It has its moments but it feels like the super awkward Thanksgiving dinner where Timmy comes back from college with his new boyfriend and everybody just doesn't want to bring up how put out they are by it even though they are and just don't want to say anything.
Hahah, don't underestimate how amused I could be by the Beatles running around acting like goofballs. "Help" I've kind of gone back and forth on even though its funny in parts and it has a lot of
* but the Beatles were kind of phoning it in at that point. Apparently they spent a lot of their off-time smoking weed and messing up their takes (Ugh, those outtakes would have been hilarious to watch) and "Magical Mystery Tour" is kind of ineptly charming. Its not a well-made movie but it has its moments despite the limitations of making a movie but not really knowing how.
I guess what I mean is I wished they made another movie on the same caliber of A Hard Day's Night before they broke up or got sick of being Beatles in general.
*do not tell me that the part where Paul shrinks out of his clothes and is running around on the floor wearing nothing but a Wrigley's gumwrapper is not some kind of fanservice
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