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Passport to Paris (1999)

Sent to Paris to visit their grandfather, the twins fall in love with France, not to mention two French boys.

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When Melanie and Ally Porter visit France, they pack their bags for fun and plot a rendezvous with adventure! Sent to Paris to visit their grandfather, the girls fall in love with France and fall head-over heels for two French boys! Sightseeing on mopeds, they race around Paris on a mission to see the city, make new friends and stay one step ahead of their uptight chaperon. From shopping at French boutiques, to exploring Notre Dame and dinner dates at the Eiffle Tower, it's one hilarious exploit after another. Written by Anonymous

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9 November 1999 (USA)  »

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Avanture u Parizu  »

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Trivia

The Olsen twins get their first film-kiss in this movie. See more »

Goofs

When the flight itinerary is shown, the plane lands in a 'Paris' situated in Africa. France is an European country. See more »

Quotes

Melanie 'Mel' Porter: I can't believe Grandpa had such a cow over the wine spritzer. It was an accident.
Allyson 'Ally' Porter: Why can't he be like other grandfathers? You know, the sweet old guy who sits in rocking chairs and brings us presents and tells us how smart and funny we are?
Melanie 'Mel' Porter: Face it, we don't have a grandfather. We have an ambassador.
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References Midnight Cowboy (1969) See more »

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Written and Performed by Dante MacKay
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Well what can I say, does the word 'awful' cover it?
3 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

Oh yes, I admit I have made myself guilty of the crime of seeing this piece of trash. I can't say I was forced by aliens who pointed a gun at my head, tied me to a chair and made it impossible for me to close my eyes and then turned this awful excuse for a movie on. No I did it with free will. I deliberately tortured myself. Let's go through the fact here folks. - The acting is an insult to humanity. - The plot (if it exists) is ridiculous. - The character development is horrendous - The characters that appear in the movie are so clichéd you would

recognize them in your average comic book. - The editing is sloppy and unimaginative. - The camera-work is low key. - The dialogue is simply the worst in cinematic history. - The directing: well let's say, I bet it wasn't Hitchcock.

Then to add to these facts, there was absolutely no talent involved wath so ever. The director must be smoking crack now to forgive himself for inflicting this poison to the world.

Bottom line: Passport to Paris is one of the worst movies ever made. PERMANENT!


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