Nostalgia with Yesterday

Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away… Sounds familiar? Well, it is for those who still know about The Beatles, but for those who were born in Millennium, better ask your parents or grandparents. I came to know The Beatles during my childhood years. I’m lucky to have a family that knows about this band. They were the best band of their time because of the great songs they had ever written, and their songs are still played even up to now.

Yesterday with text. Digital Image. FlixChatter Film Blog. July 2019. https://flixchatter.net/2019/07/08/flixchatter-review-yesterday-2019/

I learned from a friend about the movie, “Yesterday” and the trailer caught my attention. After watching the trailer, I told myself, “I will watch this on the big screen!” The movie’s charisma is not just about the best songs of The Beatles, but it’s the story itself. The trailer got me curious about how the story would end and as I was already watching the movie, it made me excited from beginning to climax. I fell for the songs again and again. The songs brought me back to my childhood years. The movie made me reminisce about those times that I played with my best friend, Arglo. It was nostalgia! I love how the characters also played their part in the movie. They were all lovable, especially, Jack Malik. Kudos to Himesh Patel for portraying his character cutely and funnily. The characters are as amazing as the movie. I love everything about this film. As for the ending, it was a very inspiring one.

Ellie and Jack’s conversation along the road. Digital Image. Filmfilicos. August 3, 2019. http://filmfilicos.com/yesterday-pelicula
(from left) Ellie (Lily James), Jack Malik (Himesh Patel) and Gavin (Alexander Arnold, back to camera) in “Yesterday,” directed by Danny Boyle.
Yesterday’s lead characters. Digital Image. RollingStone. https://www.rollingstone.com/movies/movie-features/inside-making-yesterday-beatles-ed-sheeran-danny-boyle-richard-curtis-846248/

This film will make you wonder, smile, laugh, sad, and inspired. This film is truly a great way of remembering the great band, The Beatles, and the great memories in the past. Great story, great songs, and great characters are all in this film. Two thumbs up for all the people behind the movie, “Yesterday.”

I would love to hear from you! Feel free to share your thoughts about this question on the comment box:

What do you like about the movie, “Yesterday”?

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Digital Image References:

Ellie and Jack’s conversation along the road. Digital Image. Filmfilicos. August 3, 2019. http://filmfilicos.com/yesterday-pelicula

Yesterday’s lead characters. Digital Image. RollingStone. https://www.rollingstone.com/movies/movie-features/inside-making-yesterday-beatles-ed-sheeran-danny-boyle-richard-curtis-846248/

Yesterday without text (used as featured image). Digital Image. Posta. July 4, 2019. https://www.posta.com.mx/tendencias/yesterday-la-carta-de-amor-beatles-de-danny-boyle

Yesterday with text. Digital Image. FlixChatter Film Blog. July 2019. https://flixchatter.net/2019/07/08/flixchatter-review-yesterday-2019/

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