Big Time Movie Soundtrack

Music review by
Jessica Dawson, Common Sense Media
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Nick quartet pays homage to the real Fab Four; fun for kids.

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Educational Value

May introduce kids to The Beatles and their songs.

Positive Messages

Big Time Rush channels the real Fab Four and sings some of the Beatles' most-loved songs from their early career. Songs are positive with messages about young love.

Positive Role Models & Representations

Big Time Rush lets tween girls have some male pop stars to swoon over who are fairly clean-cut, drug free, and sing about innocent young love.

Violence & Scariness
Sexy Stuff
Language
Consumerism

Promotes the made-for-TV Big Time Movie on Nickelodeon.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this soundtrack is from the Nickelodeon Big Time Movie featuring the popular Nick boy band Big Time Rush in a Beatles'-inspired British Invasion flick that has the boys singing six of the original Fab Four's most-loved songs from their early career. The content is clean -- and a worthy homage to John, Paul, George, and Ringo.

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Teen, 16 years old Written byPITLadyPalutena99 June 25, 2012

No

The beatles were drug addicted satanists.I have nothing against rock and pop but don't bother. Buy something like Family Force 5 or Skillet for better musi...
Kid, 9 years old March 24, 2012

Don't Even Bother

Sure it's all positive but I really hate BTR. They are annoying and I can't stand them. So there you go.

What's the story?

Popular Nickelodeon boy band Big Time Rush take their TV show across the pond to the U.K. in their made-for-TV film, Big Time Movie. The mop-haired foursome pay homage to the The Beatles in the BIG TIME MOVIE SOUNDTRACK, singing six Beatles favorites, including "Help," "I Wanna Hold Your Hand," and "Can't Buy Me Love."

Is it any good?

It's hard to replicate something that's already good, but Big Time Rush does a solid job with their updated versions of some of the most-loved tunes from the early Beatles. They manage to sound just enough like John, Paul, George, and Ringo to make the covers legit, but also give the songs a unique, modern twist, especially on "We Can Work It Out." Whether you're a lifelong Beatles fan or the child or grandchild of one, you'll enjoy singing along to these enduring tunes.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about the enduring appeal of The Beatles and their music. What do you think makes their music still so relevant to our lives today?

  • Do you think Big Time Rush does a good job covering Beatles songs? Which one is your favorite and why?

  • Why do you think Big Time Rush chose to "imitate" The Beatles and the '60s British Invasion? Why not some other band?

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