Here’s my vote for Lost in Translation as the A Hard Day’s Night for a younger generation. (Whether Bill Murray’s generation or Scarlett Johanssen’s generation is still up in the air.) Impressionistic, nearly plotless, both trading on themes of loneliness and trying to find a place to fit in (think “sad ballad Ringo”) as well as dealing with fame. And every now and then, the stars get up and sing a song or two.