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The Other Me (2000)

Will Browning accidently creates a clone of himself when working on a science project.

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Will Browning is a slacker student who needs a good grade in science, or he has to go to a military camp for the summer. Attempting to get a good grade by ordering a product called "Ocean Pets" for his project. Accidently, some clone formula leaked into his package. When stirring the ocean pet (and clone) mixture with a comb, he accidently creates a clone of himself. He sends the clone to school, because the clone is a lot smarter than him. Everyone likes the clone better than Will... Written by David Klug

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8 September 2000 (USA)  »

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Das zweite Ich  »

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Goofs

When Twoie dances in the cafeteria, a school boy says "All right" and turns on his boom box. But he never pressed a single button and the song starts up. See more »

Quotes

Chuckie: How did you get changed so fast?
Will Browning: It's my clone.
Chuckie: Man, you're making this up.
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I Dream of You
Written by Dave Keffer & Mark P. Carter (as Mark Carter)
Performed by KEF
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surprisingly good movie
28 April 2001 | by (phoenix, AZ) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this movie! Sometimes it helps when you have zero expectations, but this movie really turned out to be a surprise and I would have liked it anyway. The story was a bit far fetched, but no more than you average fantasy. However, it had some really great stuff going for it. Andrew lawrence did an impressive job. He was totally believable in both roles, and was in general a pleasure to watch. The writing was tight and the direction good. I like most kid movies that have a good story, message and a sense of humor. This one had all that and more. This is a kid movie that I think anyone can enjoy. It's creative, entertaining, insightful and has a number of good messages. Parents will enjoy it right along with their kids, but you don't need to be either to watch this one; it's just plain fun for all ages. It had a weak point or two - the villains were perhaps a little too silly, but in general was as good as could be expected for the type of movie it is. Highly recommended. Four stars out of five.


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