It Takes Two details
|Starring:||Mary-Kate Olsen, Steve Guttenberg, Ashley Olsen, Kirstie Alley|
|Genres:||Comedy, Family, Romance|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
It Takes Two
|Run time:||1 hour 37 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
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superb.........By williamsgwynfa (627 reviews) from gwaenysgor , 08 Mar 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]my daughter's loved this dvd. the story is about Amanda who lives in an orphanage, where her only real friend is her social worker and Alyssa who is the only child of a multi-millionaire.
During one summer, the two girls meet by accident , and hatch a daring plan.
They switch places, and try to get Amanda's social worker and Alyssa's dad to fall in love, before he marries an awful woman.
But when the fiance finds out what is going on, can the girls pull off there plan. watch it to find out. you will not be disappointed.
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just for kidsBy Mike99 (262 reviews) from Sudbury , 10 Jun 2011i think this was a typical american kids film very predictable and the acting was really poor but the kids enjoyed it
It Takes TwoBy a customer from Preston , 05 Dec 2009Thought that because this was an old Mary Kate and Ashley film, that I wouldn't enjoy it. I have to admit I found it really funny and enjoyable. Kirstie Alley and Steve Guttenburg at their best.
It Takes TwoBy a customer from Farnham , 22 Oct 2009A harmless feel good film with a few too many convenient coincidences and very predictable but nicely whiles away a few hours.
The twin child actresses are cute.
very goodBy katelynnat (4 reviews) from Taunton , 30 Sep 2009really good my boyfriend doesent like anything with marykate and ashley in it but he even liked it i would reconnend to any one
The Olsens at their bestBy nicandcol (3 reviews) from Aberdeen , 01 Sep 2009I loved this film when I was younger, and had to rent it to watch it again. This is definately the best film the Olsens did. I think that the rest of their films don't hold a torch to this one. It might be 'Prince and Pauper' based, with a touch of 'the Parent Trap' with it, but I just loved it. Steve Guttenburg and Kirstie Alley are also excellent in this. Still don't quite understand how they explain how they look so much alike though, but that doesn't matter. Loved it!