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Griffen is wearing a yellow t-shirt when the girls are in the police station, but when they leave and have a discussion on the steps he is wearing a green t-shirt and a green shirt. The t-shirt changes back to yellow when they are on the boat, but when they get to the police station for a second time he is back in green. All this is supposed to be the same day. See more »
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Performed by Toyshop
Lyrics by Rodrigo Ferrari
Music by Val Santos
Published by Roadblock Music, Inc, .Beerock Music c/o BNG songs, Inc. (ASCAP)
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This film is terrible. The whole movie is basically the girls lying on a beach wearing skimpy little bikinis while getting chatted up by boys.It would help if the movie was even slightly realistic, but its not. The twins don't act anything like real teenagers, they seem to be in love with themselves and think anything they do is adorable.
It starts off with them going to the bahamas (when they wanted to go Hawaii *gasp* OMG poor them!) in their fathers private jet and his limo. They then go to the poshest hotel in the bahamas and then spend the whole time kissing boys, shopping, wearing tiny outfits, swimming with dolphins, jet-skiing and drinking smoothies.
A very light plot about some antique theft or something is worked in there too but because the girls are always right and act like they are the top investigators on the island it gets irritating.
The most enjoyable part of the movie is when they steal a boat and even that is hopeless. They just happen to find the antiques at the very moment the police arrive and THEY ARE ALWAYS RIGHT ABOUT EVERYTHING!!! They must be bloody phsycic or something.
And if you think the girls are annoying you should see the rest of the cast. The twins mum and some little girl esspecially. The whole film sucks and i reccomend that stay well away from this movie.
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