“The Band You know, The Story You Don’t.” This new film by Ron Howard tells the story about what happened during the touring years of the Beatles. This wonderful film contributes rare and unseen footage of the Beatles and information not previously known. This movie was a worldwide release and released to Cinemas on September 15, 2016. You can see it today at Megaplex: Jordan Commons in Sandy. This fantastically put together film got many fantastic reviews, including a 96% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Once you get into the theater, it feels as if The Beatles are talking to you while you watch the movie, telling the fantastic and sad story of the years they toured. Along with their mistakes (for example when people thought John had said they were “better” than Jesus), they didn’t stop touring until they were tired of the attention of the girls causing them to shake the stadium with their loud screaming and crying; including some female celebrities that got to go see some of their concerts. As quoted by Whoopi Goldberg in the movie, “It was f-ing amazing!” But I may warn you, you will enter the room to the stench of over fifty elderly people. Even though it may smell like old people, the movie is worth going to see. Especially for the Shea Stadium concert at the end of the movie after the credits. #BestPostCreditSceneEver. So buy two tickets, catch a ride to Jordan Commons and see the wonderful film: The Beatles Eight Days A Week.