Her friend, Doctor Peter Husak, introduces the American Jack Carver to his friend, nurse Kate, and it's love on first sight. But when she learns, in a dramatic incident, that Jack's a C.I.A... See full summary »
The story centers on the life of a bordello in a midwestern prairie town in the 1870s. The whorehouse is run by pragmatic madam Annie Ryan and the film follows the life of several of her ... See full summary »
To have one identical twin is quite normal but to have two such twins is extraordinary so much to his surprise Steve Logan finds out he has been cloned by unscrupulous man who appears to be a huge benefactor but his true motives are much more sinister.
The same idea of a selfcloning was used also in Multiplicity with much more success with the audience starring Michael Keaton as Doug.Similarity to the character of Steve Logan in The Third twin can hardly be ignored.Jason Gedrick's charisma wasn't enough See more »
This happens when promising stories are dragged into the mud
Ken Follett is a great actor. His books are vivid. So vibrant. So descriptive. And when the movie-makers don't even bother to use his descriptions of the characters, when casting something is going down the drain. A much better choice for the part as Jeannie Ferrami would be Sandra Bullock. Kelly McGillis is way too old. Larry Hagman doesn't have the physical appearance to suit the role as Berrington Jones. Jason Gedrick is a pretty good choice for playing the clones, but there's bound to be someone out there suiting even better. I would have considered Edward Norton. He can be both nice and bad - in a great, and very descriptive way. HEY HOLLYWOOD! Try again! Make something better!!!
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