An inevitable idea: a working man (Michael Keaton) who can't meet all his professional and family responsibilities has himself cloned. It works so well having one copy of himself to take charge of matters at the office that he makes another copy who takes care of the home front. Pretty soon, different aspects of Keaton's personality are emphasized in the different clones: the laborer becomes a macho creep and the domestic god becomes rather feminine. A third clone, struck from the duplicates instead of the original, becomes like a photocopy of a photocopy: inferior. This timely comedy should be better than it is, but special-effects requirements are so labor-intensive that most scenes feel stiff and leaden. Keaton is good in all four parts, and in certain gee-whiz effects scenes, where he even high-fives himself, he pulls off a minor miracle or two. (Of course, a kid did the same thing in Disney's 1998 remake of The Parent Trap.) The DVD release includes optional widescreen and standard formats and optional French and Spanish soundtracks. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Oh the delivery and everything was amazing! I was a little afraid because I have never bought anything online before. But I will totally buy something again!Published 3 months ago by Brittney Ransome
Advertised as Widescreen/Full Screen. DVD arrived -- Full Screen only. I recommend waiting for a "Widescreen only" version. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bitburger
I live how quickly I receive my orders. The movie was funny and deals with many issues of being married and finding balance in life.Published 5 months ago by Laurie Suggitt
Very poor! It doesn't play in Canadian or American dvd player'sPublished 13 months ago by Roy Robinson
Funny. Funny. Funny. Funny. Funny. Funny. And in case there's any mistake - Funny. Save some laughs for that last act.Published 14 months ago by Scissorpaws
Light hearted fun movie. Good acting by Michael Keaton in multiple roles/personalities.Published 15 months ago by Heather knighth