In probably the worst viewing sequencing ever cued, I watched "Ben Hur" (1959) followed soon thereafter by "Paul McCartney Really Is Dead, The Last Testament of George Harrison?" (2010). The latter is as poorly done as the former is great. Practically a reverse image in production values, possibly causing whiplash to my suspension of disbelief like a cinematic Hummer-Limo mashing up a Vespa. Ugly and not recommended for viewing by any moderately reasonable or intelligent person. The director/producer is this yo Joel Gilbert, (who I believe was interviewed by Ian), and let me tell you, this story is so brain dead that they should let George N FknGenius interview the guy. I would have loved to believe the bs just for fun really 5 minutes into the alleged Harrison narrated script you pretty much want to kill yourself. I mean this Einstein evens phonies up the archived interview soundtracks of Harrison's pronunciations of "Paul", to sound like "Faul", or "False Paul". A great case against movie making software for the masses. And sad about the waste of pits on however many DVDs they actually made of this dredge. Horrible.
My latest most enjoyable viewings have been "When Do We Eat" (2005) and my 5th or 6th viewing of "Galaxy Quest" (1999, the true teachings of the essence of being, cleverly hidden inside a crackup, sci-fi comedy that you can enjoy with kids, IMO)
BTW, IF McCartney IS a double, MI5 operative and all that bilge, then he's doing a great job don't you think? Way better than the original, if you like that sort of thing. In the spirit of full disclosure, the Burbank compound is just a skip up yonder wash from his ranch, where Linda passed, and which MPL Communications (Sir Paul) still owns. It's a beautiful but not extravagant place in a gorgeous location. Not much traffic these days but an occasional large group of cars can be there at times and the not too frequent chopper touchdown. I wonder if I could get a job as a rock star double?