Construction worker Doug Kinney finds that the pressures of his working life, combined with his duties to his wife Laura and daughter Jennifer leaves him with little time for himself. However, he is approached by geneticist Dr. Owen Leeds who offers him a rather unusual solution to his problems - cloning. Written by
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The construction project Doug is working on is called "Vista de Nada," which is Spanish for "View of Nothing." See more »
In the last scene that shows Doug #4 delivering pizzas on a bike, it is implied that he is delivering in Miami. Clear in the scenery are California Fan Palms, which aren't found in Florida. Also, there are house numbers on the curbs. Miami doesn't have numbers on their curbs. See more »
Doug Kinney #4:
[Doug #2 is laying in bed with the flu and Doug #3 has left him alone with Doug #4]
[Doug #2 looks up and sees Doug #4 standing at the foot of his bed with a rubber boot over his head and moves a wood saw back and forth in the air in a sawing motion]
Doug Kinney #4:
That leg's gonna have to come off.
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The first few opening credits each appear on screen two or more times. See more »
Michael Keaton's character Doug is so busy with his work that the neglects his family. Then he meets a man who says he can help him with time. Doug is unsure at first but later on contacts the man again, whereupon he learns that the above mentioned is into cloning people! This is when all the fun starts... :)
This film started out a bit slow but got funnier and funnier as it went by. I never thought it would be this funny. It's also a very entertaining film where there is not too much time between each laugh. And the ending is absolutely hilarious!!
Andie MacDowell was stunning as usually. Keaton was good in all of his multiple roles! Need I say more? 7/10
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