The Beatles: Get Back
Peter Jackson's three-part Beatles documentary, compiled from over 55 hours of unseen footage, as well as mostly unheard audio from 1969's Let It Be album sessions.
Painstakingly restored, The Beatles: Get Back includes "the only notable footage" of the band working in the studio, as well as their legendary rooftop performance atop Apple's London office presented in full. Jackson utilises the film restoration techniques he pioneered with 2018 WWI documentary, They Shall Not Grow Old.
Part 2: Days 8-16
Following George's walkout, Paul, John, and Ringo hope he'll rejoin the band. They move into their newly built Apple Studio in Savile Row to continue their sessions.
Part 3: Days 17-22
As their new album nears completion and after scrapping their planned TV special, The Beatles must decide if they want to continue with their plans to perform live for the first time in three years.... MORE As they exhaust their options, the band and their team look for a more convenient location to perform.
The Beatles: Get Back / Reviews
Get Back feels about three hours too long...Full review
Omniscient, comprehensive and astonishingly vibrant...Full review
A beautifully restored, ridiculously intimate portrait of music’s most famous group...Full review
The moments of inspiration and interest are marooned amid acres of desultory chit-chat... and repetition.Full review
An immersive, in-the-moment chronicle of a generation-defining band...Full review
(Sets) the standard for all future assessments of the band.Full review
The most emotional Fab Four doc ever...Full review
San Francisco Chronicle
This is the most informative and illuminating record of what these men were like ...Full review
In the end, Get Back is better than good. It’s essential...Full review
(A) deeply moving flashback epic...Full review