"Another example of how the Beatles are better'n the Spice Girls"
Another example of why the Beatles kick all ass eligble for kicking. That's A HARD DAY'S NIGHT in a nutshell.Herein these few rolls of film, there lies a witty, charismatic film that converted many people into Beatlemaniacs in the sixties. Hell, it still does. I'm an example. Frankly, it's a classic.
The story follows the fab four as they prepare for a big gig, however, they are paired with Paul's cranky grandfather and therein, fun and hijinx ensue.
The movie transcends the characters of the Beatles beautifully. Kudos go to the writer and the director for doing a great job of balancing the credibility of the movie along with the lack of acting experience held by the Beatles.
However, even though the Beatles did have a lack of acting experience, they had a tremendous stage presence, accompanied by a fair amount of acting *talent*, special mention to John and Ringo. John does well of playing out his character of the wise aleck, smartass; Ringo plays out the part of the relatable sympathetic character very well; Paul and George play their respective parts of the wise peacemaker and the quiet one admirably.All in all, it makes for a great film. In fact, it's better than a great film. It's... a CLASSIC.