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'Yesterday': Film Review | Tribeca 2019

All you need is... a more imaginative scenario.

John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter, 5th May 2019

Yesterday review: a feel-good Britcom

Suspend your disbelief, Yesterday is a stylish musical medley with buckets of charm.

Caroline Preece, Den Of Geek, 5th May 2019

Movie review - Yesterday (2019)

Although it might be difficult to judge the staying power of Yesterday, especially when viewing it through the prism of Curtis' biggest hits of 15 - 20 years ago, it is undeniably a fun ride.

Tori Brazier, Flickering Myth, 5th May 2019

Yesterday review

Danny Boyle, Richard Curtis and The Beatles make for a surprisingly infectious comedy.

Robbie Collin, The Telegraph, 5th May 2019

Yesterday review

A hopeless songwriter wakes up to find he's the only person who can remember the Fab Four's hits in a wacky, winning comedy directed by Danny Boyle.

Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian, 5th May 2019

Review - Benjamin

Simon Amstell is a film-maker wh''s made a film about a film maker making a film about his inability to love, a topic that long informed his stand-up.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 15th March 2019

Film review: Benjamin

It's not often that a film leaves you desperately wanting more. Most modern movies outstay their welcome by at least half an hour, but it's one of the many achievements of Simon Amstell's debut feature film that when the end comes it feels surprisingly early.

Nick Myles, The LGBTQ Arts Review, 14th March 2019

Benjamin review - Amstell's hilarious romance

As a young film-maker's career teeters on the brink of disaster, a surprise love affair forces him to rethink the path to happiness.

Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian, 13th March 2019