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Our Lips Are Sealed (2000)

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A family is relocated by FBI after the twin sisters stop a diamond thief with ketchup. They are blabbermouths so, as last chance, they end up in in Sydney, Australia. 2 mobsters are sent there for them and the hidden diamond.


Craig Shapiro





Cast overview, first billed only:
Mary-Kate Olsen ... Maddie Parker / Maddy Turtleby / Karla Frauenfelder
Ashley Olsen ... Abby Parker / Abby Turtleby / Andrea Frauenfelder
Jim Meskimen ... Rick Parker / Stanley Turtleby
Tamara Clatterbuck ... Teri Parker / Shirley Turtleby
Robert Miano ... Emil Hatchew
Jason Clarke ... Mac
Richard Carter ... Sidney
Jo Phillips Jo Phillips ... Agent Kathryn Smith
Harold Hopkins ... Shelby Shaw
Ernie Hudson Jr. Ernie Hudson Jr. ... Agent Banner
Willie Garson ... Agent Norm
Jade Bronneberg Jade Bronneberg ... Victoria
Ryan Clark ... Pete (as Ryan Clarke)
Scott Swalwell Scott Swalwell ... Avery (as Scott Swallwell)
Nina Schultz Nina Schultz ... Sheila


Follow Mary-Kate and Ashely halfway around the world in this Aussie adventure jam packed with non-stop action, laughs, super spies and surfer guys. The extraordinary escapade begins when the girls eyewitness a crime and are forced to go undercover in the FBI Witness Protection Program. Unfortunately, not even the FBI can save the girls from their own blabbermouths as they blow their cover in town after town, until there's only one hiding place left - Australia! Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime | Family


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Did You Know?


The "Vegemite" the girls eat in the scene at school isn't the same consistency/ color of Vegemite at all. In fact, it resembles Nutella. See more »


When the girls are dancing at the party on Victoria's father's yacht, Abby's diamond necklace is missing in a few shots. See more »


Ashley Parker: Uh, Your frisbee's broken...
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Crazy Credits

During the credits they reveal many bloopers made during the film. See more »


You Think I'm Crazy
Written by Scott Nickoley and Jamie Dunlap
Performed by Scott Nickoley, Jamie Dunlap and Molly Pasutti
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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen? You know what I'm thinking...
14 August 2001 | by abercrombie_guy_38See all my reviews

Whenever I hear the names Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, I cringe. Why? First, these twin girls used to sing and dance in their movies before getting the past the 14 year old stage. Now they're moving on to other projects that actually are pretty good.

The first time I actually enjoyed watching Mary-Kate and Ashley was on the television show, "Two of a Kind." It had some good laughs. But Mary-Kate and Ashley didn't want to do it anymore because the writers made them seem too mean.

Anyway, "Our Lips Are Sealed" is a perfect family film. Fox Family even played it one night and it got many viewers.

The girls witnessed a crime and put members of the mob in jail. So now they're in the Witness Protection Program and after being relocated to places around in the U.S., they are relocated to Australia. Trying to meet new friends and fit in to the now weird Aussie style and way of life, the girls run into the nerd group. They get away from that group and get in the popular clique. Soon they meet two guys, Avery (Scott Swallwell - an awesome actor with great looks and charm) and Ryan. After fighting with the popular clique, Mary-Kate and Ashley are found by the mob but get away after torturing the pair chasing them. You know what happens in the end.

As of now, there is hardly ANY information on Scott Swallwell, who is a hottie. He was perfect playing Avery and luckily, he has a new movie coming this year.

BOTTOM LINE - Girls will mostly like this movie because of Scott and the Olsen twins, but it's a pretty good movie once you watch it. Good story line, some jokes and some sweet eye candy (the twins and Scott Swallwell).

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Release Date:

21 November 2000 (USA) See more »

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Blabbermouth See more »

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1.33 : 1
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