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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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Rated PG-13 for some sexual material | See all certifications »
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£338,383 (UK) (11 April 2003)
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Apart from "Never Had a Dream Come True" and "Don't Stop Moving", all the songs featured in the movie came from S Club's final album 'Seeing Double'. See more »

Goofs

The concert scenes were taken from the S Club's Carnival Tour when Paul Cattermole was still in the band. You can clearly see seven people in the supposedly live show instead of the six that are in the movie. Also, hairstyles for Jo, Jon and Hannah are completely different than they are in the movie. See more »

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

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I'm so lucky to see have seen this film!
22 May 2003 | by (Lancaster, England) – See all my reviews

Rachel, Jo, Hannah, Tina, Bradley and John are all on top form here. They deserve oscar nominations for their performances. I am a great fan of the tv show aswell. Their music rocks and they're all so talented! I am also a great exponent of SARCASM!!!!!!

IF YOU'RE AN S CLUB FAN DO NOT READ THIS!!!!!

The performances are terribly weak, the dialogue is terrible and the jokes are not even executed properly (i feel sorry for the director). The jokes are so unbelievably bad that 8 little, passionate S Club fans weren't laughing. They thought they could do it better. And they did. They conquered the world. They became S Club Juniors. Paul, "the fat, ugly one who started a mosh band" must be thanking his lucky stars that he left when he did. One of the worst movies ever made. BEWARE OF THIS MOVIE! DO NOT GO AND SEE IT! YOU WON'T LAUGH! YOU WILL CRY! 0/10 RJT


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