Identical twin 9-year-old girls, one a poor orphan, the other a rich heiress, cause confusion when t... read morehey decide to meddle in their caretakers' love lives in this family-oriented comedy. Amanda (Mary Kate Olsen) is the orphan, a scrappy young girl with no family, relying on the support of her caring social worker, Diane (Kirstie Alley). When Diane brings Amanda to a summer camp, she first encounters Alyssa (Ashley Olsen), the wealthy daughter of the camp's sponsor, Roger Callaway (Steve Guttenberg). The girls immediately bond and decide to switch places for the fun of it. They soon conclude that their lives would be improved if Roger and Diane were to get together and form a family, and they set out to bring the adults together. More jaded, older viewers may be put off by the film's saccharine tone and derivative, Parent Trap-like narrative, but the inoffensive humor and the presence of popular TV stars the Olsen Twins should appeal to family audiences. ~ Judd Blaise, Rovi
Marking their first theatrical-release feature since 1995's It Takes Two, the Olsen twins bring thei... read morer adventures back to the big screen with New York Minute. Billed as a sort of Ferris Bueller's Day Off for tweens, the plot involves the escapades of two enterprising Long Island girls, Roxy (Mary-Kate Olsen) and Jane (Ashley Olsen), as they decide to dupe their parents and spend a day on the island of Manhattan. It seems the high-minded Jane has a speech to give to a scholarship committee, while the punky Roxy wants to meet her favorite rock band. When Jane's planner gets swiped, however, the girls find themselves embroiled in a political scandal involving a high-powered senator (Andrea Martin), as their high school's truant officer (Eugene Levy) doggedly pursues them. ~ Michael Hastings, Rovi
You love Oscars winning movies and you hate Olsen twins ? Do something else! But I'm not like that!
Reviewed 17 months days ago
2004 - 2.6 /5
Let me start out by saying that I realize the intended audience is probably girls th
Reviewed 2 years days ago
I'm a fan of Olsen twins since Full House. It's quite a funny movie + there's Jared Padalecki in th
The Olsen twins have an adventure in the Bahamas in Holiday in the Sun. After not being allowed to g... read moreo to Hawaii with their friends, the twins discover that there are lots of cool things to do in the Bahamas. Their budding attraction to a pair of cute boys is threatened when they get mixed up with bad guys who are stealing antiques. Filmed on location, this movie sustains the wholesome image of the Olsen twins, while allowing them to grow up a little bit. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
A cheesy flick i loved when i was young, dont think it would be any good today the olsen twins are the hannah montanna of my time
Reviewed 4 years days ago
Seeing the Olsen twins Mary-Kate and Ashley whisk away to the Bahamas for a family vacation in H
Reviewed 5 years days ago
I used to like the Olsen twins when I was only a kid... Things have changed.
Derek Lee Nixon,
America's favorite pubescent TV twins head overseas -- again -- for this family oriented teen comedy... read more. The Olsen Twins: When in Rome features Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen as two spunky young women who land a glamorous internship with an entertainment company in the titular Italian capital. When their internship is suddenly canceled on them, however, they're determined to find out why -- and a slew of crazy adventures follows. Romance, intrigue, and fish-out-of-water hilarity ensue. ~ Michael Hastings, Rovi
The Olsen twins are HOT! This one is good for young girls. No a man like me!
Reviewed 15 months days ago
another friggen predictable and boring movie from the olsen twins, who are braindead from their own success. someone has to tell them how much their movie
Reviewed 19 months days ago
the olsen twins before mary kate started throwing up
Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen star in this comedy-drama as a pair of American high school student... read mores who are sent to London to take part in a model United Nations symposium for students. When not busy representing the most powerful nation on Earth, Mary-Kate and Ashley learn to play polo, see the sights, go shopping, and even find time for romance. But the sisters also learn a few important lessons about responsibility and compromise along the way. Winning London was the Olsen twins' fifth direct-to-video feature film and appeared in stores on March 27, 2001. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
..olsen twins are great and iveb watched every one of their movies...
Reviewed 6 years days ago
Oi, not more Olsen twins! I only give this one a star because it is in London.
Two girls play Cupid for their father with unusual results in this light comedy. Tess and Emily Tyle... read morer (Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen) are 12-year-old twin sisters whose father, Maxwell Tyler (Tom Amandes), is a wealthy and successful artist. Maxwell's wife (and Tess and Emily's mother) died some time back, and his daughters think their father is lonely and needs a new girlfriend; however, Maxwell hasn't had much luck getting back in the swing of dating. Figuring their father needs some help, Tess and Emily decide to place a personal ad for him -- on a billboard overlooking a busy Los Angeles thoroughfare. Before long, literally hundreds of women are responding to the ad, and Maxwell finds love again. However, Maxwell's agent (Carl Banks) thinks Maxwell's art has been suffering now that he's once again content, and he tries to break up the lovebirds for the sake of his client's career. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi