It Takes Two

It Takes Two

Identical 9-year-olds from very different backgrounds: orphaned Amanda and wealthy Alyssa meet at summer camp and decide to switch places -- and play matchmaker between Alyssa's dad, Roger, and the kind social worker who cares for Amanda.

Sad little rich girl Alyssa (Ashley Olsen) and orphaned tomboy Amanda (Mary-Kate Olsen) meet at summer camp and discover that they are each other's exact double. Alyssa's father decides to get married to a real horror. So the kids switch to get rid of her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


It Takes Two torrent reviews

Jay D (kr) wrote: This is technically one of the best films in recent times - Uber cool camera work, smart production designs, excellent make up & kickass music. Even though story is bit cliche but still it works for excellent comic timing of Kunal Khemu, Anand Tiwari & Saif Ali Khan. Kunal Khemu's dialogues & some quirky scenes like dancing around trees were just outright hilarious. I am bit disappointed since in promos they showed some really crazy scenes which are being edited out in final cut. But still India's first Zom-Com is truly a commendable effort. And if there is a sequel being planned bring it on guys. I will be ready to watch these guys keeling dead peepal.

Jesse O (jp) wrote: Quirk comedic drama that never really seems to find its footing despite some talented leads. I've never really liked Tracy Morgan as a comedic actor, his style is just loud and way too forced, with that said, I kinda liked him here. He's a little more subdued and not as annoying as I typically find him to be. Not like his character is that well-developed or anything, but he's a little more calm and therefore imminently more likable than he comes across in other films. Melissa Leo and Jesse Eisenberg are both great as always, particularly Melissa Leo, but I don't think the film every feels completely comfortable in its own skin. It's certainly worried what people perceive this movie to be and they try to work the story to fit that mold of quirky indie dramedy. Like a Little Miss Sunshine. Not saying this film resembles that at all, but it's going after that same style. It's just that the neither the comedy nor the drama ever really have any weight to it, it's just too unsure of what it wants to be. You can certainly notice it in the final cut of the film. The only really legitimately funny scene is the one in the car where Isaiah Whitlock Jr. argues with Eli's sister's sock puppet. I think it was, honestly, the one real good laugh the film gave me. Everything else is mostly attempts that fail miserably. The film isn't horrifically bad or anything, but it just does nothing that you haven't seen done better elsewhere. A couple of good performances from the leads won't change anything if the script isn't up to par. This is honestly a story that's been done countless times before, and will be done countless times again, but that doesn't mean it has to be lacking. I think a tighter focus on making the transition between comedy and drama seamless would've helped a whole hell of a lot. This is poorly structured, it goes from scene to scene, randomly jumping all over the place. Several different stories going on at the same time, all going nowhere fast. At least the film is quite short, so it doesn't stick around longer than it should have. This isn't terrible, but it really missed the mark on what it could've done. But, honestly, this isn't a film with wasted potential. It didn't have a lot of potential to begin with, but I still think it could've been much better. Melissa Leo and Jesse Eisenberg, mostly Melissa, keep this film from being awful. That doesn't make this worth watching, though.

bill s (br) wrote: Anything but........

Casey W (es) wrote: Brotherhood, catholic power-broking, and a murder that doesn't need to be solved.

Reece L (au) wrote: Actively rebellious (both politically and in terms of the filmmaking) and unapologetically taking absurd comedy to a new level, Daisies is also clearly feminist in its focus on a pair of women who do whatever the hell they want (including, even, warping the fabric of reality). It's a thoroughly compelling and hilariously bizarre film that spits in the face of convention and defies sexist social mores, succeeding largely due to its fearless nature and game performances.

Lee M (ca) wrote: Over-long, often cliched and uneven (there are comic interludes complete with cameo performances), but still imbued with moments of true poetry, thanks largely to William Clothier's magnificent Panavision landscapes.

Joao De B (ru) wrote: "O" filme sobre a diferena, preconceitos!

Tim K (it) wrote: Pretentious and dull. Barely made it through, but Portman was fun to watch. The rest of it made me drowsy.

Joshua W (au) wrote: Riddick was one of those movies, for me, that I expected it to be just as good or even better than the previous movies. However, I finished this movie feeling slightly disappointed, but I loved the action in this movie.