Two of Us

Two of Us

In this purely fictional story, Paul McCartney drops by The Dakota to visit John Lennon in 1976. Paul is still on top of the music world, reaching #1 with his new band, Wings. John, however, has retired from public life, choosing to raise his son, Sean. Rumors are rampant that The Beatles are going to reunite to play a concert. Paul, the consummate entertainer, is intrigued by the possibilities. But John, still fighting his inner demons, is content keeping Beatlemania a thing of the past. But even though the two men are still at odds over the band, they rediscover that they still have bonds from the past that will never go away.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:band,   pianist,   disguise,  

John Lennon and Paul McCartney have a chat about their lives, and if "The Beatles" will ever reunite. The movie takes place in 1976. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Two of Us torrent reviews

Charles C (ru) wrote: People who hate on this movie probably take everything too seriously. Perfect for what it is. Hilarious and unique . Perfect

Matthew H (ca) wrote: Bully is intriguing, and the script is pretty razor sharp. The acting is surprisingly good, and the story moves smoothly. Where the movie fails is its plot holes and overused sex scenes. You'd be hard pressed to find a scene in this movie where someone isn't naked.

Alex M (ru) wrote: Wow. The eery mask and yellow raincoat imagery will forever be etched in my mind now. Apart from some hilariously overacted scenes, this is a very well made taut thriller. I was on the edge of my seat most of the movie, and I especially like how the director Alfred Sole (who also wrote the book?) leaves alot of the guessing to the viewer. Most horror directors will show everything so there's no questions in the end, but he deliberately misleads the audience so the "twist" at the end is shocking. It was very interesting approach to horror that I'm not used to seeing. My only criticism is the acting from the aunt Annie and even the mother at times is a bit too much. They could've toned it down. It felt like the director's idea of "scary" was over the top screaming and hysterics. Also, the killer's "reveal" comes across a little scooby-doo ish, but it fit the movie I suppose. One of the weirdest things I've seen in a horror movie that has nothing to do with the murder storyline was the landlord (who is more of a supporting background character). He's one of the most disgusting characters I've ever seen portrayed on screen, yet all he does is lounge around like a slob with his cats and creepily watch his female neighbors.

Ashley H (fr) wrote: Brute Force is an intense film. It is about a prisoner who plans to rebel against the chief guard. Burt Lancaster and Hume Cronyn give wonderful performances. The screenplay is well written. Jules Dassan did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. Brute Force is a must see.

Niesrina N (kr) wrote: "a person is more than a person." | Backsongsnya kece-kece. Natt Wolf, uh, ya kalau saya masih remaja, mungkin akan tergila-gila setelah nonton film ini. Anyway, Quentin ini dugaan gue sih Pisces :p

Tania S (ag) wrote: Wow.. user Adam W has the most disturbing comment by far. I am awoman, but I am first a human being, like any other woman or men. And precisely this documentary appeals to that idea, that we are all just people. It says so in a very objective way , basically invites you to learn from each other regardless of your citizenship, culture, religion or gender. That's the main point of this film. Michael Moore says that instead of focusing on our differences we can share our similitudes, or instead of focusing in aspects we don't like we should overcome/surpass them and focus in the positive ones, and that we shouldn't be afraid of our differences because every nation is different. And that's ok. In other words the film invites you to take the most positive things of other nations and its people to learn from them. Because there's no perfect country, but there are countries that can be better than before, and so better than others in some factors/elements because they learned from different perspectives and nations. The message is, that if an entire country wants to resolve a particular issue they need to be open to acknowledge new things and to change so they can get/have then enough experience to get to know how to resolve that issue. This is nothing new, but having someone like M. Moore saying these things so directly is a lovable effort. The film has its flaws, but the concept and its message are much better features to think about and focus on, than other things related with the film's production. The final product is ok as it is. Maybe Michael Moore didnt want the audience to focus in production little details, It is like he wanted more to show a raw and easy going material that the audience could have couriosity about and understand it, and feel related to it. The idea is focusing in the concept and its meaning more than criticizing it because it is different. I really enjoyed the different scenarios the film shows of another countries, because those characteristics of those foreign people are features we didn't know before of them, and now we see the difference in our country to other nations, and that makes you think if our country is really as good as we say always. Americans are always thinking they are better than other nations. He brings another documentary that makes you think about your country in a whole different perspective and how we , as simple humans, start building a better nation. It appeals to acknowledge our basic simmilitudes and needs as human beings. And to learn from our mistakes and to start thinking what we are missing, and why and how to improve. Bassically learn, learn, learn, from history, foreign history, our own people, and other people's perspective, people who already managed to understand and improve those problems we still having here in this country. Overall a good well done documentary.