Shamelessly ripped off from Adam Cook's list. 100 films that aren't necessarily bad, but which I hate. With a passion.
It Takes Two
Two identical strangers. Two different worlds. One perfect match.
Identical 9-year-olds from very different backgrounds: orphaned Amanda and wealthy Alyssa meet at summer camp and decide to switch places -- and play matchmaker between Alyssa's dad, Roger, and the kind social worker who cares for Amanda.
Horrible family film that has nothing good going for it. With a very poor cast of actors, this is one of those films that you watched as a kid, and liked, but years later realized how bad it really was. The lead actresses are horrible, and Mary Kate and Ashley Olson could never act well in the first place. The story is poorly thought out, and the film is packed with predictable clichés and no once of originality to really make this film a lot of fun for the viewer. Director Andy Tennant can't craft a solid and memorable family comedy and the result is a film that falls flat due to a poor cast and story. Add to that,…
A nearly perfect motion picture.
'The' best twin-movie ever! Because I'm a twin myself, I immediately fell in love with Mary-Kate and Ashley. Over the years my twinsister and I collected every movie these two young actors played in. 'It takes two' reminds me of the past. To this day, I still love to watch this movie.
1 out of 5 (D)
Childhood, come back.
Was feeling nostalgic. I loved this movie as a kid.
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