The most popular band in the world. Still more famous than Jesus. Still more acclaimed than Michael Jackson. The Beatles are the center of Ron Howard’s new documentary, Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years.
If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past half a century, you are well aware of the popularity and influence of the four young men from Liverpool. Therefore, Howard decided to focus his film on the touring years of the Beatles (1962-’66) – to give insight into how the greatest band in the world came to be. Whether you’re a fan or a super fan, a baby boomer or a millennial, a hip-hop head or an emo punk, this is a film that no one should overlook.
In theaters September 15th:
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