Happy-go-lucky conjoined twins Bob and Walt take a
trip to Hollywood so that Walt can break onto the
screen as an actor. Essentially silly, the film's
funny chart progresses with a steady flow of peaks
and valleys -- averaging out to a solid B film.
Though, exposing substantially less heart than some
other Farrelly Bro's films, the picture still does
show heart. That combined with the good-humored
performances by all involved including Cher and Meryl
Streep, the picture is sure to send its viewers off
in good spirits. So, I'll nudge the grade to B+.
Also, surprisingly family friendly, and loaded
with puns, kids & young teens may really enjoy
this film as well.
Damon says of his casting, "Peter, Bobby and
Bradley had me laughing all throughout dinner. I
invited them to hang out at my apartment. My
girlfriend was there with a few friends. Pete asked,
'Can I use your bathroom?' Two minutes later, he
emerged soaking wet, with shampoo in his hair and
wearing only a towel. 'You guys got any conditioner?'
he asked. The idea behind all this was, 'If you think
this isn't funny, don't work with us' but if you
think it's funny, then sign up. I thought it was
genius, but what he didn't know was that he had me at
Btw, Kinnear (as Clyde) actually did the