It Takes Two (1995) - Comedy, Family, Romance

Hohum Score

19

Watchable

Alyssa and Amanda are two little girls who are identical, but complete strangers, that accidentally meet one day.

IMDB: 5.9
Director: Andy Tennant
Stars: Kirstie Alley, Steve Guttenberg
Length: 101 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 10 out of 53 found boring (18.86%)

One-line Reviews (25)

Very enjoyable film!

this has to be one of the worst movies i have ever seen, how could you people think that this movie is 5?

I have it on tape and I really enjoyed it.

The story is vaguely entertaining and has the prerequisite kids-are-superior-to-adults-and-know-what's-best-for-them-more-than-they-themselves-do lesson to it (Man, that's a lot of dashes...

Don't waste your time.

Especially when you watch it for the first time, it's very entertaining definitely recommended.

Yup, something we've seen before, and also predictable.

Still, unreal as it is, I guess movies are SUPPOSED to be unreal, that's part of the whole package, the enjoyment of the fantasy or whatever you call it, so in that score It Takes Two was pretty relishable and enjoyable.

All in all a most enjoyable experience.

Everything and everyone in this film is an old cliché that was taken from other books and films that did it much better.

nearly every message on the message bored is dissing MaryKate + Ashley and i dont see why.

Story is predictable and corny with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen rehearsing The Parent Trap.

This is generally harmless and predictable.

For all of us dads who got THAT look from their wives indicating that they WILL sit down and watch It Takes Two with their daughters, there's comfort in knowing that, if one is really sneaky, one can hide a book in the living room and relieve some of the boredom.

Trite and simplistic, this film will appeal only to the youngest of audiences.

I should say however that it is the last good work of these girls, their latest stuff are really unbearable, like "Getting There", for example.

The movie is just a bit too saccharine for me, there could've been more tension going on instead of the dishonest kids turning what could've been a thrilling remake into a sappy romance.

Very entertaining movie for girls under 11-12 .

It's boring, uninteresting, and has some painful acting on the part of the Olsen twins.

The Olsen twins are as charming as ever, the characters have depth, and the plot was beautifully complex and unpredictable.

And I thought the love story though predictable was tastefully handled and fairly intelligent.

This fact, often unconsciously, bores and sickens the audience, sometimes even bringing feelings of disgust towards kids.

This movie has a very good story, while very predictable, still a good movie.

It's way too predictable for older kids.

Loved this movie as a kid, still enjoyed it as an adult.