Neither of them...if there is any mistake please correct it: Ganesh

1/ Neither of themhave been lucky.

2/ Me and him went together to the pictures.

  1. Neither of them has been lucky
  2. He and I went together to the pictures (maybe you mean to the cinema or the theatre?)

Neither of them have been lucky is also grammatically correct. the tense depends on the context.

He and I went to the pictures together.