Whimsical quick - with a join forces against of Liverpudlian actors impersonating the Beatles - which defined the aesthetic of psychedelia, and subtly suggested that the undamaged drive was, well, pretty vacant and meaningless. The Nowhere Human beings, the Blue Meanies, octopus's gardens - when the cartoon versions of John, Paul, George and Ringo encounter these creatures and environments in their dead for now-travelling submarine, you don't have a funny feeling that Lewis Carroll's place in the pantheon is under threat. Still, there's a silence note of melancholy in much of this material, which is much more weighty and material than the larky, heady choice as a rule claimed also in behalf of the film.
After the critical mauling that greeted Magical Mystery Drive and the failure to pursue the Joe Orton-scripted Up against It idle the coach, the Beatles had small to do with this amazing excited draw (although they do crop up at the cessation). Directed at hand George Dunning and boasting Love Story's Erich Segal among the screenwriters, this is an endlessly inventive picture that blends 1960s psychedelia with such diverse styles as bang art and Art Deco to create the fantastical life of Pepperland and its bizarre inhabitants. The mix of green songs and dear favourites works a treat, but George Martin's fine score is also worth a listen.
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