Seen at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival. Who doesn’t love The Beatles? Wait – don’t answer that question. But seriously – The Beatles are the best and their music will live on forever because it’s so brilliant. Danny Boyle’s latest film Yesterday, featuring a screenplay written by Richard Curtis (of Love Actually, Pirate Radio, About Time), presents a crazy concept: what if suddenly The Beatles didn’t exist, no one know who they were, except for one guy. And that guy then played all their songs like they were his own and became famous because they’re still brilliant songs. That’s the setup for Yesterday, except, this is a Richard Curtis film – which means that, not only is it actually more of a sweet love story, but it’s really… Read entire story.