Yesterday tells the tale of an event that turns off power all over the planet for a matter of seconds. When the power is restored, our hero Jack Malick is struck by a bus. Upon recovering, Jack discovers that he is the only one in the world that remembers the Beatles!
Despite RegalView’s company mantra, Sorry to Bother You definitely does not “stick to the script.” The result is a unique, offbeat satire that’s destined to polarise audiences for years to come.
Along the way, there are plenty of musical numbers: a lot of tunes that only die-hard ABBA fans would be familiar with, as well as a few bonafide classics (including some featured in the first film).
This film kind of took be aback cause I thought this would be more campy and kind of tongue in cheek but it’s not so about 15 minutes in I realised this was a zombie movie set in a Jane Austen world, I’ll give them credit it’s different and they do try to combine two things that really don’t go together.
This movie is more character driven and gives us an insight into the pressures of one man against not just the Nazis but his own party who had little faith in him.