14 December 2009
I'd like to imagine that the fact that iTunes is selling this is ideally an indicator of just how unseriously they (and by extension, George's estate, etc.) are taking it – that it's so ridiculous that they can't even be bothered to take steps to block it, because to do so would acknowledge its existence. And that anybody likely to buy it and take it seriously deserves to waste their money.(But that's a best-case scenario at best.)
1 February 2011
Inner Light said:
What really irritates me is that iTunes is selling this DVD in the iTunes music store for $14.99 to buy and $3.99 to rent.
I would think since they secured the entire Beatles catalog which is an honor to have, that they would be more selective regarding titles they make available especially when it involves the Fab Four.
I Agree, that is very curious. You wonder if many new Beatles fans will watch it and take it seriously. We can all just hope for the best.
19 September 2010
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1 May 2011
I saw this when it was mentioned on Beatles Examiner. I presume its going for the yucky factor that sometimes intrigues people enough to watch documentaries and other such things. Tho surely no-one can be stupid enough to buy into it enough to pay to see it.
There are a trillion better things to do with your time than watch this garbage, playing tig with yourself would be one.
14 April 2010
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