Danny Boyle's movie uses an extreme what-if situation to play with and distract from romantic comedy tropes.
Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis' jukebox musical brainchild could deliver prime feel-good vibes without scrimping on some pertinent moral questions.
The director behind "Sharp Objects" and "Big Little Lies" has the necessary style and voice for the Ono/Lennon film to rise above the standard biopic.
Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis' musical comedy is finally starting to take form with some curious casting and plot details.
The Fab Four's films are a mixed bag, but they each provide wholly distinct insights into the world's most beloved band.