It Takes Two (1988 film)
|It Takes Two|
|Directed by||David Beaird|
|Music by||Carter Burwell|
|Edited by||David Garfield|
|Distributed by||United Artists
It Takes Two is a 1988 romantic comedy film directed by David Beaird and starring George Newbern, Leslie Hope, and Kimberly Foster. Screenwriters Richard Christian Matheson and Thomas E. Szollosi had previously teamed up to write the 1987 teen comedy Three O'Clock High.
Travis Rogers (Newbern), on the verge of marriage to Stephi (Hope), takes off for Dallas, where an encounter with a car saleswoman named Jonni Tigersmith (Foster) precipitates a series of comic misadventures.
Writing in the Los Angeles Times, Michael Wilmington described It Takes Two as "a modestly budgeted comedy with...a frowzy plot" that nevertheless "has relentless pace and snap, real comic vigor." The Time Out Film Guide calls the film "One of the better movies of hit-and-miss director Beaird".
- Wilmington, Michael (July 15, 1988). "Movie Review: Formulaic 'It Takes Two' Adds Up to a Snappy, Wide-Awake Sleeper". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved September 20, 2012.
- "It Takes Two". Time Out Film Guide. Time Out. c. 2012. Retrieved September 20, 2012.
- It Takes Two at the Internet Movie Database
- It Takes Two at AllMovie
- It Takes Two at Rotten Tomatoes
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