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A fictionalized look at the purported get together of Paul McCartney and John Lennon. Stars Aidan Quinn and Jared Harris.
Since many movie depictions of famous figures are cringe-worthy, it is pleasant to report that Two of Us creates a smart, informed, and intimate portrait of two music gods. This made-for-TV feature is a fictional speculation about a day in 1976 when Paul McCartney popped into John Lennon's New York apartment by surprise. With Yoko away on business, it's just the two giants spending a day together--bickering, goofing, toking, and eventually coming to a bittersweet reconciliation. There are awkward TV-movie moments, and some psychobabble, but the film respects its characters too much to round them off into simpletons. Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg made Let It Be, so he could draw on first-hand experience, and Jared Harris and Aidan Quinn are totally committed to their roles. For an even better speculative Beatles film, check out The Hours and Times, a superb study of Lennon and Beatles manager Brian Epstein. --Robert Horton
A very neat story on dvd. It is a fictional reunion of Paul McCartney and John Lennon,in 1976.Everything about this story is interesting.Published 7 months ago by Byron
love this. I love this story. The DVD is even BETTER THAN THE MOVIE ON TV. Annie
Waiting for the " Linda McCartney Story" to come on DVD. Can't wait.
I can never see this happening. I don't understand all the good reviews cause this was simply stupid in my opinion. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rosemary Nunn
As long as you can look past the fact that these actors neither look nor sound like the men they are portraying, it's a good film. Read morePublished 9 months ago by keith rieger
Very cute movie! Packaged safetly and neatly - I recommend keeping tissues around nif you're a big Beatles' fan like me.Published 10 months ago by Erika
The conversations between Paul Mcartney and John Lennon...although fiction are based on what each of them had said about their relationship in various interviews... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Daniel A Weisgerber
A parody of Lennon and McCartney true.....but it is still a great film....I love it because it is about two friends, true friends, who seem to lose each other, but come back... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Joshua W
great story-although not really true. but nice to think about 'as if'.Published 14 months ago by Suzan Grace Ingui