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S Club Seeing Double (2003)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Musical | 11 April 2003 (UK)
When the members of S Club complain about how tough it is to stay on top, they find themselves replaced by lookalikes... or are they?

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When the members of S Club complain about how tough it is to stay on top, they find themselves replaced by lookalikes... or are they?

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Join the club for double the fun.


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Rated PG-13 for some sexual material | See all certifications »
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£338,383 (UK) (13 April 2003)
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Trivia

All of the celebrity clones came from lookalike agencies in the UK, apart from Gareth Gates who played himself (he is the only celebrity clone to have any proper lines). See more »

Goofs

In the scene where Rachel is threatened by Alistair with a broken sword, she is first being grasped by him. In the next scene she is sitting back at the table with the rest of the group. See more »

Quotes

Bradley: [Badly clone has lifted Tins shirt slightly to reveal her belly button] Look at that, a built-in M&M holder!
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Outtakes are shown as the ending credits roll. See more »

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Follows S Club 7: Artistic Differences (2000) See more »

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Brilliant for the whole family

I loved this film. I'd been a fan of S Club for a long time, and loved the series, and I thought the film was a brilliant final point for the band. Everything about the film I loved, from the acting right down to the plot lines.

I love Hannah Spearritt's acting, I think it is so funny. In fact, all the cast can act, which is a rarity for a pop group/acting mix. The songs were ones that everyone knew and could sing along to, and the dancing was brilliant. Other than S Club, the rest of the cast were good actors too.

I also loved the storyline, I thought it was cleverly put together for all ages to enjoy. Altogether, I think it was a brilliant end to S Club's brilliant career. Simon Fuller definitely re-deemed himself after the big mistake that was Spiceworld.


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