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Plot: When the music hating Blue Meanies take over Pepperland and freeze everyone within it, including the protectors, Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band. Captain Fred and his Yellow Submarine recruit The Beatles to help save Pepperland. Along the way, they fall through the Sea of Time, Sea of Nothing,… Runtime: 90 min Release Date: 13 Nov 1968
if this is a magic land, then this is Pepperland. If this is a magic film about this magic land, then this is Yellow Submarine. I believe, and many will agree with me on that, YS is the cleverest and most wonderful artifact of the hippie era. Here, you see no blatant drug references, no rude words, no endless acid space jams. No, here, the essence of the Flower Power time is represented as a smart, vivid, multicolored fairy tale. The idea that music may save the world and that the yellow submarine may be an escape from bleak, dull gray world is great. But even if we put this philosophizers <more>
aside, we view hilariously funny, colorful, brisk movie, with The Fab Four as a brilliant cast. And the lines! They are great, as when Ringo does exactly what the captain told him not to, or when The Nowhere Man starts his unforgettable gibberish, or when at the very end the real Bealtled appear, with all those quips and jokes. This is like a sweet, long, and very kind dream. May it never end!
"Yellow Submarine" is my favorite movie of all time! The animation is a perfect psychedelic display that would make Peter Max proud, and rival anything out of the Disney studios. This movie made me love the Beatles, and might just do the same for you. And, if you can, be sure to see the version with the "Hey Bulldog" sequence. I'd never seen that one until recently, during its revival. So that was a special bonus!
Nothing comparable--EVER! (by arbilab)
What COULD compare? Yellow Submarine is 130,000 frames 90min x 60sec x 24 frames/sec of classical, pop, tribute to earlier animation styles , and original art from Da Vinci to Warhol to Picasso to Popeye to unbridled hallucination, drawn to a best-of-Python screenplay of non-sequiturs, puns, and pokes at institutions from cold-war antagonists to governor Reagan's paranoid National Guard deployment against counterculturists.It's a feast for the senses and sensibilities. One can revel in the flashing, dancing colors and art styles--most of which well-shame anything Disney ever <more>
attempted and make today's phony-depth digital claptrap look like spilled esophageal reflux. The soundtrack is a condensed spectrum of the range with which Lennon/McCartney/Harrison composed, from deeply contemplative Eleanor Rigby to near-post-adolescent exuberance Harrison's contributions to silly-love-song filler showtunes All Together Now . The dialog exchanges keep viewer's verbal senses on the edge of their seats. The theme undercurrents lightheartedly appeal nostalgically to those who were drawn to it in its theatrical release, historically to those who still wonder 'what the 60s was all about', without getting in the way of sheer artistic ebullience.If you're an adult, it helps to like animation and British-invasion-era music or Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Rodgers & Hammerstein, for that matter . If you're an adult watching it with your kids there's nothing offensive , be prepared for them to groan at Disney/Pixar/Nickelodeon rubbish from then on, and say "I want more of THAT!"
Inventive, hilarious, and visually extraordinary (by ametaphysicalshark)
'Yellow Submarine' is a visual stunner and an extremely well-scripted movie. There are lots of Beatles in jokes, George's fascination with Indian music and John's fascination with scientific theories are lampooned, the Beatles' power is joked about "Nothing's Beatle Proof!" and poor old Ringo is just plain made fun of. The movie itself is arguably the most psychedelic ever made. The Beatles' descent into Pepperland is just one psychedelic scene after the other. The animation isn't great, but everything is just done so strange and fun that it becomes <more>
absolutely irresistible. The colors, landscapes, and creatures are just really different and vivid and vibrant. The songs are fit in very, very well although "Nowhere Man" is undoubtedly the best sequence . Overall this works great as a musical or as an animated film, and there's definitely a lot of priceless, subtle dialog. I would name it one of the top 20 animated films of all time, really. Definitely worth watching, just because there simply isn't any movie like it.10/10
Yellow Submarine is a movie that even the Beattles themselves would describe it as Groovy.The story is 100% ficitonal with stuff you wouldn't find in any other animated film.In the land of pepperland, everything is peaceful and calm with music, colorful scenery, and crazy looking characters.One day from the other side of the land lives the Blue Meanies a group of blue and mischievous looking characters. They dislike music and dislike anything besides the color blue, gray, and anything that's bad.A messenger from the mayor had to go to travel on the legendary Yellow Submarine to find 4 <more>
special musicians to defeat the forces of evil.Luckily the Beatles are just the right ones to restore peace in Pepperland.The animation in this movie is way ahead of it's time. And what's cool is the Beatles performed and voiced their own characters in this movie. And it has a lot of cool backgrounds and extra characters like Jeremy Hiliary Boob Ph.D aka the Nowhere Man who is one of my favorites of the movie .A must own movie for all Die Hard and new Beatle Fans.
We watch this movie often, and catch something new in the little details just about every time how many of you caught the Ernie Kovacs reference? When I say "we", I'm referring to not only this ol' hippie, but to various friends/family ranging from a 1 1/2 year old grandniece to a semi-Goth teenager to people who claim to dislike "old movies" i.e., anything that's been in release over 6 months . I don't have to hold a metaphorical gun on any of the foregoing to sit them down to watch "Yellow Submarine"--indeed, they've been known to come in <more>
in the middle of it and plunk down to watch! Hmmmm... maybe all you need IS love!
Still Innovative, Unbelievably Colorful (by ccthemovieman-1)
Over 35 years later, this is still an innovative animated film: colorful, clever and different. In fact, you'd have to look hard to find a more colorful film ever made.The Beatles characters are fun, spouting a number of good puns and inside jokes concerning lyrics from some of their past songs. The bad guys here, the "Blue Meanies," are also fun to watch and really different from anything you've seen.This is wild stuff which can appeal to adults even more than kids. The only improvement I would have made would have been to shorten it a bit. Even at a fairly short 90 <more>
minutes, some could have been trimmed.The DVD is fine, except for the last 30 minutes when it gets grainy. However, the 5.1 surround sound more than makes up for that, affording the viewer to hear all these famous Beatles songs in a better format that surrounds you as a CD could never do.
I consider myself fortunate to have seen "Yellow Submarine" in London right after its world premiere in July 1968. I was a young teenager at the time, and my father had brought my sister, brother, and me to Europe for our first visit. The picture was showing at a large cinema called the London Pavilion in the heart of Piccadilly Circus, and The Beatles themselves had attended the opening just a few days before. It was great to see this movie on a big screen with a good sound system. We loved the music and vivid colors. When we saw it again in Boston a few months later, we were angry <more>
that the "Hey Bulldog" number and a few other bits had been cut to reduce viewing time. I think the "Eleanor Rigby" number is best. The animated montage shown during the "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" number was partly taken from the 1933 Hollywood musical "Dancing Lady" and in 2006 I saw this old film on Turner Classic Movies, instantly bringing back memories of "Yellow Submarine." The girl on the merry-go-round horse was none other than the leading actress Joan Crawford .... who was beautiful indeed in 1933, despite becoming a horror much later. No wonder John Lennon's character in the cartoon liked her so much in his psychedelic dream!
In films, there's weird with a purpose like David Lynch films , and then there's weird for weirdness' sake, as is the case in Yellow Submarine, based on The Beatles' hit song. Much like the odd quality of Monty Python's animation, the animation here is all completely quirky. Some things move, some don't, and some objects have things that they shouldn't have. It's all very hard to explain, but it can be compared to Monty Python by its pure comic irreverence.The silly plot has the magical land of Pepperland, where music is enjoyed by all and everything is <more>
groovy, being overtaken by the music-hating Blue Meanies. Young Fred Lance Percival is sent in a yellow submarine to find help. He finds John, Paul, George, and Ringo who are not voiced by themselves , who accompany him throughout various seas and the entire world to get back down to Pepperland. Along the way, odd things happen, puns are thrown around, and they meet a Nowhere Man named Jeremy Hilary Boob, Ph.D Dick Emery who knows everything.As I refer back to David Lynch, there's a difference between enjoyable weird and just plain scary weird. While Lynch is scary weird, Yellow Submarine is just pure fun. There's no real story, everything that happens is really random, and it couldn't really be any better. The animation I found to be quite ahead of its time. The animation was so zany, so odd, that it's memorable.The whole movie had a real tongue-in-cheek feel to it. There are multiple puns, and much of the movie seems to be a parody. For instance, like many spy films, the yellow submarine has everything, and I mean everything, built into it. Of course, it's hard to take any movie where the bad guys are called Blue Meanies seriously, but that's a moot point.The music is just a big compiled bunch of The Beatles' hit songs, and many of them, such as `Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds', are just filler and don't really add anything else to it. I'm not a huge Beatles fan, but I know some of their songs, and I think about half of them were new to me. Sometimes they helped the movie, but oftentimes they just hindered. Not to say that they weren't enjoyable, but they were pretty worthless. Overall, if watching an animated movie that was obviously made while people were on drugs, then Yellow Submarine is your best bet.My rating: 8/10Rated G.