Review: Let Him Be (movie)

I’m embarrassed to say that I got this movie over two months ago and am just now sitting down to write my review, but as John Lennon once said, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.”

I give the writer/director a lot of credit for making this film. He’s just asking to get beaten up by Beatles fans around the world for trying to cash in. And I will admit that I thought the same thing going into watching this movie and several minutes into it.

Let Him Be is a story about a young man who comes across an old movie camera with a home movie taken at a children’s birthday party. He can’t help but notice that the guy playing guitar and singing for the kids has an uncanny resemblance to John Lennon. And that’s where the adventure begins as Tim and his girlfriend Kathleen trek across the back roads of Canada in search of the person they believe to be John Lennon.

It didn’t take long before I too was drawn into the story despite my original belief that this movie was made for the writer/director to get a piece of the big APPLE pie. But after a while I realized that the story wasn’t necessarily about Lennon. Any famous star that has left this world could be put into this tale and it would still be an outstanding tale.

This movies leaves its audience wondering, “If I was to find out that John Lennon, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe or James Dean was still alive, would I out them to the public?”

After seeing this movie, you’re answer may not be what you think!

Read more about ‘Let Him Be‘ on the official website: www.LetHimBe.com or on the IMDb: here

Rated: 3 Beatles

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One response to “Review: Let Him Be (movie)

  1. The movie LET HIM BE will get it’s Caribbean Premier aboard Beatles Tribute Cruise 2011. The cruise sets sail from Miami on 3/5/11 aboard Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas.
    http://www.BeatlesTributeCruise.com

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