The Third Twin details
|Starring:||Jason Gedrick, Kelly McGillis|
The Third Twin
|Run time:||2 hours 47 minutes|
|Rental release:||07 Feb 2005|
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A pretty average thrillerBy Jean Atkins from Cumbria , 25 Feb 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]This drama based on one of Ken Follett's stories plays on the old nature-nurture theme. Are we violent criminals because it's in our genes or are we violent criminals because of environmental factors. The title and the fact that the heroine is a geneticist gives away the storyline around cloning. It's the poor man's version of 'The Boys from Brazil'. The acting is okay. The pace is okay. The storyline veers between interesting and bizarrely unrealistic. I've seen better and I've certainly seen worse.
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Oh dearBy a customer from Hertfordshire , 26 May 2010Possibly the worst film I have ever seen which did not do the book any justice at all. Corny and predictable with Kelly McGillis completely miscast for this particular role.
The Third TwinBy Pammy123 (1 review) from Cobham , 03 Jan 2010No way should this film be rated as a 12 !!
Watched with my husband and 12 yr old daughter and had to turn off.
Ok film to watch for the older viewer but be aware of some of the scenes, extremely unsuitable for 12yr olds
The Third TwinBy TinaO (55 reviews) from Orpington , 11 Dec 2009Fabulous film. This kept us hooked and is quite true to the novel. The story unravels gradually and keeps your attention well. This could probably happen, if it hasn't already ....
It isn't a good or bad film reallyBy Lonim (10 reviews) from Preston , 02 Oct 2009It is just an ok film. The film has a great sounding storyline but it sadly fails to deliver. Personally I think they intentionally chose not to deliver because the more I watched the film the more it appeared to be a MADE FOR TV film from Hallmark channel or some similar ilk.
A Good FilmBy crazysexycool from Barnet, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom , 09 Jun 2007A good film.. Slightly slow in parts but sticks to the point and has a good story line..