Middle-aged Dick Clark tries and fails to bridge the generation gap in this odd 1967 recording.
Why one day in 1968 with The Beatles was the pinnacle of everything good.
The oddly endearing and enduring belief that Paul McCartney was killed at the start of 1967 and replaced with a lookalike.
Peter Watkins’ Vietnam-era study of protest, politics and punishment remains timely, but it’s too much in love with sloganeering to win over hearts and minds.
Henry Jaglom’s psychological nightmare is the great lost film of the post-Vietnam War era.