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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes hits UK cinemas on 17 July

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A Hard Day's Night
A day in the life... Shot in a mock documentary <i>cinema verite</i> style, the 1964 comedy captures the Fab Four at the height of Beatlemania. Full of wacky and zany humour, the film's plot centres around the band getting to a television studio to perform a live concert, beginning with a memorable scene of the band running from adoring fans to catch a train. It doesn't go down as a classic of 1960s cinema but was nominated for two Oscars, for music and screenplay.

A Hard Day’s Night, film review

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