Morgan is a film that could only be from the sixties – the characters, plot and scenery would make it impossible to re-make in the modern age. And in truth, I don’t think any director would be overly keen to take it on.
If you were anyone in the 1960s, the hit single and album was followed by the cash-in movie. These were quick cash-ins, not intended for longevity or as a cinematic masterpiece. But 40 years on and most of them around, with Catch Us If You Can (known in the US […]
Gonks Go Beat has achieved near-mythical status – despite (or perhaps because of) the fact that no-one has seen it. Well, now we have the chance to see the movie in all its remastered glory, thanks to a reissue as part of Optimum’s Beat Classics collection.
1960s music/teen comedy, set at the seaside in the mid-1960s.
In Darling, Julie Christie is a model sleeping her way to the top in sixties London.
The Knack And How To Get It is a comedy about a young man seeking to obtain ‘the knack’ of attracting women.
In Help!, Ringo is bizarrely the human sacrifice target of a cult and the band must try to protect him from it.
In Be My Guest, a family inherits a quiet hotel in Brighton, and their son (with his band) help to fill it.