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After making plans to spend spring break with Bailey, Cody takes a job as an intern at a prestigious research firm, breaking his plans and leaving Bailey infuriated and refusing to speak to him. Zack then runs a billion-dollar submarine into Vancouver's seawall causing the equipment to get lost which results Cody being fired from the program and vowing to never speak to Zack again. While there, Dr. Olsen approaches Zack and Cody, telling them that they are perfect for the 'Gemini Project,' a massive project studying the effects of twins. After making much thought, the twins decide to participate, and land themselves among dozens of other twins. In the beginning, all seems normal, but before long, the two suddenly find themselves connected metaphysically in a way they never have been-able to before. If one twin has a thought, the other does as well; including feeling the same pain at the same time. But as their week on the 'Gemini Project' campus goes on, they soon discover that all is... Written by
The Overachieving Cody And The Underachieving Zack
Once the Sprouse twins are free from their Magic Kingdom contracts that might consider doing an adaption of The Corsican Brothers. Although I certainly would have a problem in seeing these two All American kids as swashbuckling 18th century Corsicans.
After two successful television series for Disney, the Sprouse Twins are getting ready to end it soon when they graduate from their floating high school. They got their television film from Disney, The Suite Life Movie where all the characters from The Suite Life On Deck make their appearances in support.
Without going into detail the Zack And Cody Martin get hoodwinked into a mad scientist's experiment on twins. Of course having the mad scientist who also has a twin played by John Ducey who was most recently the father of the Jonas Brothers in that Magic Kingdom TV Series was a bit much, but then again we're not supposed to take all this seriously.
Mad scientist Ducey is experimenting with twins with the idea of having them do more than look alike. If you remember the Corsican Brothers the Franchi twins were Siamese and while they did get separated almost at birth, they did share certain experiences even though they were brought up a few hundred miles away.
But the overachieving Cody and the underachieving Zack are now having experiences like the Franchis and it takes the whole cast of the regular TV series to rescue them. The film is all right, not to be taken too seriously, and should please Sprouse fans everywhere.
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