Yesterday

"If you want to feel joy, head straight to Yesterday. It’s a heartfelt and humorous tale from Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) and screenwriter Richard Curtis (Love, Actually) about a struggling musician (Himesh Patel) who wakes up in an alternate reality where he’s the only person aware the Beatles ever existed. Gasp!

"How high you get depends on your tolerance for sentimentality, but it’s almost a guarantee even the hardest of hearts will give into the movie’s many pleasures. Among them, Patel, who, in his leading-man debut, is the ideal choice to play Jack Malik, a down-on-his-luck bloke still living in Sussex with his parents and stocking shelves at the local Price Star. Patel, known for the BBC hit EastEnders, plays guitar and piano and is charmingly wry and funny when the script calls for it. Plus, when he sings the Beatles songs, it feels like they belong to him. No easy feat.

"The story gets under way in earnest after Jack, after yet another night of playing to an empty room, is on the verge of scrapping his musical dreams. A freak bus accident and a mysterious global blackout ensue, thus providing Jack has the chance to pass off the vast Beatles catalogue as his own. Here comes the sun, indeed." - The Patriot Ledger

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