Twogether (1992)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance

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An artist and an environmentalist go through an up and down relationship over the years. They get married in an early fling, she gets pregnant as they celebrate their divorce together, they... See full summary »




  • Brenda Bakke in Twogether (1992)
  • Brenda Bakke in Twogether (1992)
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29 August 1999 | Ian-100
| Trite attempt at relationship analysis
Twogether (awful, awful title) seems to want to be an explanation, almost, of a hectic relationship between an emotionally vulnerable couple. Though at times its plot developments are pleasingly subtle, its surges towards melodrama are unbelievable and unsettling.

There seems to be a lack of talent involved in the movie and it comes across as pretentious and uninvolving. The two leads cannot hold your involvement and as it drags along, you cease to care what happens next. The script is competent and Jeremey Piven (from Ellen and Judgement Night) plays that character he always does, keeping the movie vaguely interesting and familiar.

Unfortunately, they were the only reasons I made it to the end of the picture.

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Available on video in the USA in both R-rated and unrated versions.


Love Is A Shield
Written by
Heiko Maile (as H. Maile), Oliver Kreyssig (as O. Kreyssig), Peter Douglas Godwin (as P. Godwin) & Marcus Meyn (as M. Meyn)
Published by Bluebox Publishing
(Administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.) BMI
Performed by Camouflage
Produced by Axel Henninger and Camouflage
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corporation by Arrangement with Warner Special Products


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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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