The Beatles: Get Back
Available on Disney+
In the waning years of The Beatles, the band broke a several-year ban on live performances with a public concert on a rooftop to be held January 30, 1969. Before the show, The Beatles convened rehearsals in a massive studio in England with an eye to writing and rehearsing at least 14 new songs to perform at the live show (which resulted in the album Let It Be), and allowed film cameras to capture the rehearsals as part of a planned TV documentary (which resulted in the movie Let It Be). More than 50 years later, THE BEATLES: GET BACK, directed by Peter Jackson, shows fans exactly how the biggest band in the world came together to sing, noodle around on their instruments, argue, break up, and ultimately stick resentfully together for two more albums.