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The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years is a movie starring The Beatles, John Lennon, and George Harrison. A compilation of found footage featuring music, interviews, and stories of The Beatles' 250 concerts from 1963 to...

Other Titles
ザ・ビートルズ EIGHT DAYS A WEEK The Touring Years, 一週八天的歲月:披頭時代, The Beatles Live, Eight Days a Week, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, The Beatles: osem dni na teden, Beatles: Eight Days a Week - årene på turné
Running Time
1 hours 46 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Music
Ron Howard
Mark Monroe, P.G. Morgan
Paul McCartney, George Harrison, The Beatles, John Lennon
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Directed by Ron Howard, a documentary on the Beatles, focusing almost exclusively on their "touring years' - 1963 to 1966. Includes interviews and press conferences with the Beatles, rare footage and recordings and interviews with people who were influenced by the Beatles.

Comments about documentary «The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years» (17)

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I'll be honest, I was skeptical about this documentary because I heard nothing but bad things about it, and the ones who praised it seemed to hate it too. Well, I'm glad to say that I was wrong. It's not the best documentary I've ever seen, but it was good. It has a lot of good clips of Beatles concerts and songs, and also some of the music videos. There are some good interviews with the Beatles. I like the one with Bob Dylan. It's interesting to see how they were influenced by music of their generation, and how they influenced other musicians to write their own music. In terms of the music, there is some amazing music, but it's the interviews with the Beatles and the music that really made this documentary. The interviews with the Beatles, and the music, it's all here. You get to hear the ideas, the problems, the enthusiasm, the problems. And it's all here, and it's all great. I liked it. I also liked the interviews with the Rolling Stones. It's great to hear the attitude of the Stones, the songs, the music. And the interviews with both of them were good. It's also nice to see the documentary about the Beatles and Bob Dylan. The music was also good. The music was a little bit long, but the interviews were very interesting. I liked it, and I think that this documentary was worth seeing. 7/10

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Nicholas Mendoza

If you have never seen the Beatles concerts, I think you'll find this movie entertaining. They do go a little overboard on the rock star stuff. This movie is about them from a different angle. It is only 93 minutes long but it was more interesting than the movie that came out last year about the Beatles. The Beatles don't seem to be on their best behavior. They have a new girl and the film shows the boredom they are feeling in the hotel. It is very interesting to see how things are changing in the music industry and how different it is for the Beatles than it is for other bands. I think they should have gotten a big budget to make a music documentary. They could have made it into a movie that would have had more impact. It is very interesting to see how they became famous and how they were able to keep going after all the abuse they had received. They are still alive and the movies have been on television and in theaters for many years. It is very entertaining to see what they are doing today and they are still alive and well.

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I just came across this movie and I must say I was pleasantly surprised. I was expecting a dull documentary on the Beatles and the band that would only bore me to tears. I was totally wrong. This is a great story of the Beatles and their journey. I've read the books and the movie is the best way to tell it. There's a lot of information in the movie, and it is very well done. The cast was great. They're not all famous, but they were all great. I can't wait for the next film, so I can add more people to the list.

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Lauren P.

I think this film is an interesting one to watch because it does not follow the Beatles as a group of young people in their twenties and thirties but it does follow them as individuals. I think the film is an interesting look at the young people in the group and how they interact with each other. The film has an interesting soundtrack that includes many of the Beatles' songs. The film is about how the group took their time to get together, the recording of their first album, the difficulties they faced during the recording and the songwriting process. The film covers the early years of the group and how the group came together and their attempts to break into the pop music scene. The film shows the group going through a lot of changes, their success, the difficulties they faced during the recording of the first album, the songs they wrote and the way they were perceived by the music critics. The film is a look at the individual characters of the Beatles. Some of the actors in the film are famous actors and they are all really good in their roles. I think this film does a good job of showing the personalities of the Beatles and how they interacted with each other. I think that this film is a great film to watch if you like the Beatles. The film is worth watching and I think you will enjoy it.

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For me, the Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years is the best Beatles documentary I have ever seen. It's full of details about the band, including their early success in America, their decline in England and the origins of their songs. The documentary is very well done, and it's one of the better ones I've seen. It's one of the best things I've ever seen on the Beatles, and I can't recommend it highly enough. My only complaint is the production, which is quite poor. There are some technical glitches here and there, but they are not enough to ruin the documentary. I think it's a good film, and it is definitely worth seeing.

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Alan B.

In many ways, this is the best documentary about The Beatles ever made. It gives a wonderful overview of the band's rise and fall from greatness to utter failure. The Beatles had a unique style and they were different from other popular rock bands. In fact, they were a very unique group in that they had a very unique sound and style. This documentary shows you the music and the people and the times that made them what they were and why they are so iconic. For the most part, it's very interesting and well put together. I think that it's a good way to introduce people to the Beatles without having to do a lot of research on the subject. It gives a lot of information without doing a lot of work. It's an enjoyable documentary that is very informative.

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I thought it was a great documentary. I'm not the biggest fan of the Beatles, but I thought it was great to see how they were able to put their lives back together after the break up. It was interesting to hear the stories of the people that were with the Beatles in their early years. It was interesting to hear about the differences between the Beatles and the people they were meeting. I didn't see the former Beatle George Harrison until the late 70's and saw the photos of him at the time of his death. I think it's very interesting that they made that film and I'm glad that it's coming out now, but it's not for everybody. It's definitely not a documentary. It's a way to see the people that were in the band and it was very interesting to hear the stories of them.

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Louis Lucas

It's probably the worst concert movie of all time, but it's one of the best. The band is split into three bands: The Cars, The Beatles, and The Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. The Beatles are the reason that this movie exists, and that's because of the band members. George Martin is the conductor, while John Lennon is the guitar player. They are joined by George Harrison and Paul McCartney, the latter being the drummer. They have three songs, a medley, and a second part that was added later. John Lennon has a short cameo, and George Harrison is the band manager. This is a documentary about the Beatles, not a documentary about the band itself. I think this is one of the best concert movies ever, and a great one at that.

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Arthur G.

The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years (1977) (4:03) This documentary looks at the touring behind the Beatles' record-breaking albums Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and Revolver. The film is a fairly standard looking and entertaining film. However, it is quite slow at times, and at times I found myself just thinking 'Oh my God!' to myself. It's a good documentary, but it is very slow. However, it is quite good at some parts. It's worth seeing, but you should definitely not be expecting anything out of the ordinary.

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Keith Moore

On the surface, the documentary looks at the life of The Beatles and the influence it had on their music. Unfortunately, the documentary goes further than that. It seems to go in a confusing direction, as it goes from the time when they were at the height of their fame to the time they were at the height of their commercial failure. I don't think anyone can really call this a documentary, as it is clearly a compilation of interviews. There is no real narrative to it, and most of the interviews are not very informative or interesting. The documentary is mostly a collection of interviews with people who know something about The Beatles, and then there is also a short documentary about the early days of the Beatles, as well as a summary of the album covers. The documentary does have its strengths, however. There are some very good interviews, and the soundtrack is quite good. It's quite good, and I would recommend watching it. However, it is not a documentary. It is a compilation of interviews, and while some of the interviews are interesting and entertaining, the majority are not. Overall, I would not recommend this documentary to anyone. It is a collection of interviews, and while some of the interviews are interesting, most of the interviews are not very informative or interesting. I would recommend that you watch the documentary if you are interested in the Beatles, but otherwise, I would not recommend this documentary.

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George H.

This is a really interesting documentary that looks at the impact that the Beatles had on music. You would expect the documentary to focus on the music itself, but there's also a good amount of other information that goes into the culture of the time, and the influence that music had on the cultural landscape of the time. It also discusses the influence that the Beatles had on pop culture, and how it affected the musical landscape of the time. There are interviews with other people who were involved in the Beatles, as well as musicians that were influenced by the Beatles. The documentary is a really well-done documentary that's a must-see for anyone interested in the Beatles.

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It is a shame that this documentary was not a real documentary. The music, the life, the philosophy, the creative process. Everything is so well presented, it is a pity that it was not. The documentary itself is a must-see. The main problem is that it is too short. It could have been at least a couple of hours long. It is so interesting that you can't help but see it. The film itself is not a bad documentary, it just doesn't go all the way to the heart of the band. A great movie would have been able to get the message across much better.

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Elizabeth D.

What a great documentary! While I did not love the Beatles, I loved the fact that the film gave the fans and critics a chance to get to know the band. It is important to understand that the Beatles were very controversial in the 60's and 70's, and that was the reason why this documentary was made. This is why this documentary was made. It was not meant to be just about the Beatles. It was also very informative about the whole Beatles world. The documentary is about the whole Beatles world, the whole band, the band's personal lives, and the band's musical careers. The film also talks about the Beatles' post-Beatles careers, but there is also a lot of information about the band and the people who worked with them. I highly recommend this documentary for anyone who loves the Beatles and wants to know more about the band.

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Bruce H.

This is a pretty decent docu-drama that gives you a good idea of how the Beatles went from being a small band to a global phenomenon. However, it's a bit hard to keep up with the story because the audio is so muffled and you have to listen to it a couple of times to understand what's going on. But, once you understand it, it's a pretty good look at how the Beatles came to be. It's a bit on the long side at 3 hours, but it's still worth it.

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Jose A.

This documentary is great for those who are in the "Beatles" era. It is basically a retelling of the band's journey from their beginnings in Liverpool to their life and death on the road. The Beatles really were a unique group, which is one of the things I liked most about this documentary. The documentary also contains many great interviews with some of the band's other friends and collaborators. This documentary really shines in the interviews with the band's musicians and friends, as well as the musicians themselves. The musicians are really interesting in this documentary, as they talk about their views on the band, their music, and their ideas. They really seem to have a good sense of humor about their band's history, as well as their own views on the band's music. The band's music is also talked about, with each musician discussing the songs that really got them started in the music business. The music in this documentary is also extremely interesting, as it is very well done. The music is really well done, and the sound is really good. The band members do a great job of discussing the music that made them who they are today, and the musicians themselves do a great job of discussing the songs that really got them started in the music business. The music also has a great mix of songs, and most of the songs in the documentary are very good. The documentary does a good job of mixing songs that were already great songs with new songs that were released during the tour. This mix of songs is really interesting, as you can tell that the band members are very well versed in the music. I also really enjoyed the music that was done in this documentary. I really liked the songs done by the band's other musicians, as they were really interesting. I also really liked the music that was done by the band's new musicians, as they were really well done. Overall, the documentary is really interesting, and it does a great job of telling the story of the band. I really recommend this documentary to anyone who is into the music scene, and anyone who is a Beatles fan. It is really well done, and it is really good at telling the story of the band. 7/10

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It is not hard to see that this is a film which should have been made a couple of years ago. The band has now achieved their golden age, and there has been a steady flow of great Beatles films. This is a very good one. It is not as good as some of the others, but it is a good film. The film is not perfect, and does have some problems with continuity, but it is very good. The film has a strong musical score, which is a good thing, and the music is really good. The performances of the band are all very good, and I was very impressed with John Lennon. He is very good. The film does have some problems, such as the fact that it is only 48 minutes long. It is a good film, but not a great film. I would recommend it to fans of the Beatles.

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Steven Wong

In the 1950s, the Beatles embarked on a concert tour, which proved to be a huge success in the United States and elsewhere. After the tour was over, the band members were either living in England, were broke or either were divorced. The documentary presents a chronological timeline of the tour, focusing on the tour in London, from 1967 to 1969. It then jumps ahead to the tour in Hamburg, where the Beatles were reunited and where they began writing material for their next album. The tour in Hamburg was not successful, but the band members did have a great time and they began to write songs for their next album. The documentary also includes interviews with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, as well as a portion of the footage from the band's infamous Hamburg concert in 1969. This is a good documentary that covers a lot of ground and it is quite interesting.