15 January 2014
One part I find hilarious in this movie is when the guy splashes red paint all over Ringo an he just acts so sad. The trap door part with the tiger is also funny, as well as the bicycle scene; where Paul follows the red footprints and John tells George not to encourage him. The intermission is pretty gear as well.
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1 December 2009
It bothers me that they cast all white actors to play the Indian parts, but I guess that's just the way things generally were in 1965. And at least they seemingly pointed out the obvious hypocrisy of the practice by hiring English actors to play "actual fake Indians" for the restaurant scene.
As with "A Hard Day's Night", I really don't care for the silly slapstick bits much at all. But Roy Kinnear and (as usual) Victor Spinetti are great as the inept scientists. I also really enjoyed the Inspector or constable or whatever he was – you know, the guy who's overfond of the word "famous".
Some fantastic, practically hallucinogenic colour photography in this film! Especially during the "Another Girl" sequence. That plus the various location shooting and some wild set designs make it an enjoyable film to look at. (Many 'biblers happy to see Paul naked except for a gum wrapper, no doubt, as well!)
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