Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

1978

Adventure / Comedy / Fantasy / Musical

81
IMDb Rating 4.2 10 5,890

Synopsis


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Cast

Keith Carradine as Chester 'Chet' Rollins
Steve Martin as Jimmy Dell
Tina Turner as Our Guests at Heartland
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1023.66 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
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23.976 fps
113 min
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2.05 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
113 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MIK7x3 5 / 10 / 10

I Liked It. Well, EXCUUUUUUUSE ME!

Am I the only one who liked this movie? After hearing nothing but bad press about it for years, I finally went out and saw it. I thought it was one of the most fun flicks I'd seen in years. All the characters were named after Beatles songs! Starring Billy Shears (Peter Frampton) and the Hendersons (the Bee Gees) "were all there" as well, "Sgt. Pepper" featured Strawberry Fields (Sandy Farina) as Billy's leading lady, and Mr. Mustard (Frank Howerd) was "such a mean old man." Let's not forget Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds (Dianne Steinberg), the Sun King (Alice Cooper), and Sgt. Pepper played by an old Beatles protege (Billy Preston). The movie also depicted countless cover versions of Beatles songs, including Earth Wind & Fire's "Got to Get You Into My Life." As the narrator, Mr. Kite (George Burns) even covered "Fixin' a Hole." Critics of the movie should be so critical"when they're 64," let alone 82! Sure, the plot wasn't worthy of a Kubrick screenplay, but what could be more accurate than explaining how corporatism is anathema to the fun of music, and how profound an impact the Beatles had on later artists. Look for Dame Edna (Barry Humphries) in one of the many crowd scenes. I have one final case for "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band." It had one of my favourite comedians (Steve Martin) singing one of my favourite Beatles songs (Maxwell's Silver Hammer). I'm picking out a thermos for this movie!

Reviewed by hempick2 8 / 10 / 10

People seriously do not like this movie?

I have a very hard time believe that people do not like this movie. The storyline isn't wonderful, but it is passable. You can't watch this movie and expect it to be like an Oscar winner. You WILL be disappointed. I am sure of that. The music is AMAZING, though, and that is what counts. Not to mention the star studded cast. Earth Wind and Fire, Peter Frampton, The Bee Gees, Aerosmith, and more. It is one of my favorite movies of all time. Any fan of the Beatles or music in general probably feels the same way. To all the people that voted 10, I salute you. To all the people that voted 1, rethink your lives.

Reviewed by entracte-550-509600 8 / 10 / 10

A "Rocky-Horror" for the Beatles

OK, I've been hearing a lot of negative reviews for this film. To be honest, I do agree that watching it alone is very weird. I borrowed this from the library, and I am a HUGE Beatles fan so I had to watch this, and I felt stupid-but pleased. I was pleased with some of the covers of songs! Others I was less pleased with. I personally loved this because it had a very campy feel, and I could definitely see this being shown at midnight showings with a "Rocky Horror" style viewing. It was not THAT bad, people! When they did "Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight", I almost cried... almost, still worth mentioning though. Plus, they got some pretty good bands doing covers! Sometimes, flattery towards an amazing band, is a form of showing appreciation for that of which was perfection. Overall, I LOVED the camp feel of this movie! Covers I loved: Maxwell's Silver Hammer, Come Together, Fixing a Hole, Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight, Get Back, Covers that I did not like: Mean Mr. Mustard (unbearable), Oh! Darling, that's all the ones I hated I think... I didn't mind the others (they aren't THAT bad!)

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