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Yellow Submarine - Movie Review

Yellow Submarine is a movie inspired by both the music of, and the band itself, The Beatles. The movie has a soundtrack also consisting of beautiful background music by George Martin, and multiple art styles from different animators throughout that are eye-catching and mesmerizing to watch. The movie starts in Pepperland, a town of music and love and its introduction is accompanied by the calming and cheerful music of George Martin. This introduction, however, is shortly interrupted by the antagonists of this movie, the blue meanies. They are against all music, happiness, and love in Pepperland and only take no for an answer. When the Chief blue meanie initiates an attack on Pepperland, the Sailor Fred is sent by the Lord of Pepperland to find help, The Beatles, in the yellow submarine. When arriving in Liverpool Fred runs into Ringo and the band and convinces them on helping defeat the blue meanies and bringing the music and love back to Pepperland. All aboard on the yellow submarine they find out they must go through the Sea of Time, Monsters, and Holes to get back to Pepperland and save music and love for everyone.

I was introduced to this movie around the age of 10 and have loved it since. The way this movie has stayed my favorite from childhood until now shows the range and ability this movie has when reaching its audience. It characterizes the band in such lovable ways and ties the band's preexisting music flawlessly into the movie. If you enjoy The Beatles music, beautiful art, or just a fun, feel good movie, I highly suggest watching it, especially with all the free time through quarantine.

If you want to watch this movie for free yourself, the movie, available through google drive, is linked here.

If you want to watch this movie for free yourself, the movie, available through google drive, is linked here.

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