Identical twins, separated at birth and each raised by one of their biological parents, discover each other for the first time at summer camp and make a plan to bring their wayward parents back together.
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Mr. Bean wins a trip to Cannes where he unwittingly separates a young boy from his father and must help the two come back together. On the way he discovers France, bicycling, and true love, among other things.
Identical twins Hallie and Annie were separated at birth when their parents divorced. After the two meet at summer camp, they begin plotting to reunite their estranged parents. Written by
The music that plays when Annie/Hallie do the "secret handshake" with Martin is the intro to "Am I The Same Girl" by Dusty Springfield, which include the lyrics "Why don't you stop and look me over.. Am I the same girl you used to know?" See more »
The bird that lands on Meredith, waking her when she is on the air mattress in the middle of the lake, is a Red-Crested Turaco, indigenous to central Africa, not northern California where the scene supposedly takes place. See more »
Oh my God.
I have pierced ears.
No, no and no. Not happening. Sorry, wrong number. I won't. I refuse.
Then cutting your hair was a total waste. There's no way I can go to camp with pierced ears and come home without them. I mean, come on. Get real.
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During the credits, pictures from the twins' parents' wedding are shown. See more »
I think that this is the best Walt Disney film that I have seen since
The Last Flight Of Noah's Ark. It is a delight from start to finish and
every bit as wonderful, perhaps even better then the originial. This ia
a welcome return to the good old fashioned clean family films Disney
used to make. The soundtrack is wonderful and Lindsey Lohan is a great
little actress who plays the two parts very well (I love her British
accent). Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson were terrific at playing
Brian Keith and Maureen O'Hara's old parts. A young actress named
Elaine Hendrix is a great comic villianess. I detested her character
and laughed my head off when those girls gave her just what she
deserved. Some people might say that this plot is old and clichéd by
the standards of today, but it still works. They should release this on
a double bill with the original. I hope Disney keeps on making films
like this, goes back to "the good old days" so to speak.
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