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Written by Montell Jordan, Oji Pierce, Al Hudson, Dave Roberson, Glenda Hudson, Gregory Green, Jonathan Meadows, Terry Morgan & Theodire Dudley
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For once, the clones arent out to stuff everything up for the original!
I like Michael Keaton. He was perfect in Pacific Heights and is still the 'Sean Connery' of the Batmen.
But the reason I liked multiplicity was because for once, in a movie about clones, the clones werent out to sabotage the original due to their disgruntlement at playing 2nd 3rd and 4th fiddle.
These clones try as hard as they can to abide by the rules and make sure that the original Michael Keaton's life runs as smoothly as possible: after all thats why they were spawned. And it is really amusing listening to the clones refer to Michale Keaton's Character as Doug (or 'Steve' in the case of #4) but are quite happy and comfortable in referring to each other by the numerical order in which they were created.
One of the most hilarious parts of the movie is when rule number one is put to the test....watch it and you'll see what I mean.....and also how number 2 warns number 3 that Dougs wife is going upstairs.............
Some people might think the character of 4 was a bit over the top, but if he had of been any less crazy than what he was..........it wouldnt have come off as well. After all, when a copy of a copy of a human doesnt come out right......you have to wonder what sections have been muddled up....Brain cells, chromosomes, Dna etc.....when you think of that, number 4's character was fairly tame.
A good movie that uses the talents of a good actor.
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