The Hours And Times

The Hours And Times
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Kristen

Beautifully shot and a very unique film. I think they did a great job of capturing Lennon -- his anger and youth. But the best part, for me, was seeing Brian Epstein as a fully developed and complicated man. In all the Beatle biographies he comes across as a tragic cypher. I found this ...Read more

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Catherine

Boring. Very boring. This film did not offer any fresh insight into the character of either Brian Epstein or John Lennon. At least the makers of this dull bio-pic did not allude to any clandestine relationship between them. Thank goodness.

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Catherine

Boring. Doesn't offer up any new insights into Brian Epstein or Lennon. As a matter of fact if anything, this speculative bio-pic made me like Lennon even less than I did before. At least it didn't lead the viewer to believe they had some kind of clandestine affair. Dull, boring, blah

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