A scientist and his sidekick accidentally clone a journalist and decide to turn the mistake into Repli-Kate, their idea of the perfect woman, who loves, beer, football and frat parties.


Frank Longo


Stuart Gibbs (screenplay), Stuart Gibbs (story) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Ali Landry Monteverde ... Kate / Repli-Kate (as Ali Landry)
James Roday Rodriguez ... Max (as James Roday)
Desmond Askew ... Henry
Eugene Levy ... Jonas Fromer / Repli-Jonas
Todd Robert Anderson ... Felix
Ryan Alosio ... Derek Waters
Kurt Fuller ... President Chumley
Aimee Allen Aimee Allen ... Wendy
Amanda Kiely ... Lili (as Amandah Reyne)
Melissa Greenspan ... Brandi
Justin Shilton ... Freshman
Ned Brower ... Stoner
Kent Davis Kent Davis ... E.R. Doctor
Emilio Borelli ... Giovanni Bellini
David Clark David Clark ... Bartender


A teenage scientist/lab technician named Max Fleming has just met the woman of his dreams -- beautiful, smart and sexy magazine reporter Kate Carson, who is trying to gain some scientific information from Max for an article she's working on about the lab where Max works. Unfortunately, a science geek like Max isn't Kate's type. One day, during an experiment, Max accidentally clones Kate. With the help of his buddy, Henry, Max takes advantage of the situation and transforms his Repli-Kate into a more mature and masculine-centered type of person -- a perfect mate. But when Max's maniacal boss, Dr. Jonas, has the real Kate return to finish her story on the genetic lab, Max is thrilled. Soon, Max realizes that the real Kate represents true perfection and love rather than the over-the-top Repli-Kate. Soon, the real Kate begins to fall for Max too, until she discovers Max's little secret. Written by Kevin <kevin_blaze@hotmail.com>

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Every guy on campus wants a copy of Kate.


Comedy | Sci-Fi

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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A great movie....for the right type of person
11 August 2002 | by asaidi-2See all my reviews

If you're the type of guy who watches "The Man Show" and professional wrestling on TV and reads magazines like "FHM" or "Maxim", then by this movie immediately. You'll love this film. This movie is sort of an updated version of "Weird Science" for the guys who were the right age to love that movie when it came out in the 80s.

Just like "Weird Science", there's the nice guy and his somewhat funny and somewhat annoying friend. Instead of being kids in high school they now work in a lab at a University (I think they filmed it at UCLA), instead of parents they have a controlling boss, and instead of a mean older brother they have something far much worse. They don't create a woman from a Barbie doll this time, they clone a real woman. So, they have the original woman to deal with.

The girl is updated too. The guy and his friend mold the clone into the ultimate man in a woman's body. She loves drinking beer and watching sports. The type of guys I mentioned at the beginning of this review would do anything to be dating a girl like this.

However, for everyone else, the movie does have some nice moments. Some of the actors give funny performances including Desmon Askew and (the always great) Eugene Levy. Ali Landry does a very good job in both her roles (playing the real girl and the clone). Also, the special effects for the scenes where the real girl meets her clone are fairly well done.

Like I said, this movie is made for a certain type of man, but there are a few things in it that would appeal to other types of people.

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Release Date:

29 January 2002 (Iceland) See more »

Also Known As:

National Lampoon's Repli-Kate See more »


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$4,000,000 (estimated)

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Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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