Originally Posted by kmccbf
I've seen the movie. Love the music. Won't bother watching the film again. It's kind of like the home movie that you wish would disappear.
There's about 20-25 good solid minutes there. It is definitely meandering and amateurish in more than a few spots, but it is also evocative of the era, arguably more "British" than anything else the Beatles attempted, and helped tremendously if you've indulged in some vice before tuning it.
The sequences for "Fool on the Hill", "I Am the Walrus", "Blue Jay Way" and "Your Mother Should Know" are all quite entertaining.
For those looking to compare it to something, it shares a number of features with Monty Python's "The Meaning of Life". Indeed, the inspiration for Mr. Creosote clearly came from this flick...