• Released
  • May 10, 2012
  • (Original release date - 11/13/1968)
  • G , 1 hr 25 min
  • Music/Performing Arts

I did not pay for Digital Projection - I have that at home

By octobus1
Written May 12, 2012
Yellow Submarine is a great film - that's a given. But the way it was shown has nothing to do with professionalism. It is the result of the campaign to ultimately eliminate 35mm prints. The bright level may be close to a 35mm projector but it's not the same. Color saturation was at about 50 percent. The sound from the digital projector consistently dropped track elements (dialogue or sound effect or orchestral score...). And, once again after all the great work completed to restore the film (visible online but not here) the image's top and bottom are cropped off. To continue the pretense that every movie ever made fits the current HDTV ratio. They test this system on re-releases because they wouldn't dare try it on a new film and endure the demand for refunds.
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G-man

By guitarmanjlc
Written May 23, 2012
Classic!! Still stands up!! Of course you can't beat the sound track!!
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Yellow submarine

By Kat80134
Written May 21, 2012
Liked the movie,Brought back memories. Took my son to see it. LOVED THE RESTORATION!
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Ron Paul Secret Weapon

By StokeyBob
Written May 12, 2012
I just got back from watching the re-release of The Beatles Yellow Submarine. It was a lot different than the first time in the sixties. Back then the music already had us pretty much back free and in color. Everyone seemed a little on the bonked gray side tonight. I'm afraid we still have a ways to go in the battle with Ron Paul to defeat the Blue Meanies. Though, ?“It's getting better all the time.”? Won't you join us? Hook up... and other wise come mingle? Ron Paul
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Awesome!!

By barbc55
Written May 18, 2012
This film has stood the test of time. They have done an excellent job with the remastering. it was fun seeing it on the big screen again. A must see for any Beatles fan!!!
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