The Other Me

2000 "Holy 'A' in Science Class - I made myself clone!"
6.1| 1h30m| G| en| More Info
Released: 08 September 2000 Released
Producted By: Disney Channel
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When Will Browning is threatened with military summer school if he doesn't get better grades, he decides to do a science project that will definitely get an A. So he buys some Ocean Pups, unhatched sea creatures that will look spectacular, but he hasn't bargained for the cloning agent that the unscrupulous manufacturers have put in the kit. Next thing he knows there's another him.

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MoPoshy Absolutely brilliant
Chirphymium It's entirely possible that sending the audience out feeling lousy was intentional
AnhartLinkin This story has more twists and turns than a second-rate soap opera.
Deanna There are moments in this movie where the great movie it could've been peek out... They're fleeting, here, but they're worth savoring, and they happen often enough to make it worth your while.
hdeclaire Okay first off, let's just discuss grandpa Mordechai. I wouldn't trust him with any of MY buffalo. (i own a buffalo ranch with 27 buffalo, including one domesticated buffalo) hE DOESN'T EVEN UTTER A WORD TO HIS ACTUAL FAMILY UNTIL THE CLONE CAUSES HIM TO BUST A NUT. SUSPICIOUS? I THINK YES. He does kind of become a cool dude though. Additionally, the highlighter orange lipstick color worn by Will Browning throughout the film has made it into my top 5 lipstick shades. I'm considering manufacturing the shade as part of my new buffalo-safe cosmetic line, "Buffalicious". The only thing I really found off-putting about this movie is that Andrew Lawrence doesn't appear to have a philtrum throughout the film, which is a bit concerning, but can be cosmetically fixed. (i recommend Buffalicious™) The sick dance numbers and choreography included in this film added just enough pizazz to give me a whirl. Absolutely stunning. Let me begin my emotional outpouring on the dadless wonder, Scotty. He has led a troublesome life being that he lost his father at the age of 2 to the cruel, unforgiving world. Yet he is more than just the tough cookie he appears to be behind his gorgeous maroon suit. (who needs a dad when you're already a daddy?) He hides a world of emotion that he is able to channel through his love of dancing at the junior social. As someone whose ancestors are said to be from Belgium, I appreciate the reference Twoie made to Belgium when deciding where he'd pretend to be from. "Amen!"
wink_364 I think that "The Other Me" was an amazingly humorous movie and I recommend that when you get a chance to watch it you do. Andy Lawrence did a great job along with everyone else involved in the movie. If you cannot see the movie then I recommend reading the book and if you have seen the movie then you should read the book also if you've read the book then you should see the movie. I think that the movie was a great reflection of the book.
kevin_gilson I relaxed in front of the TV tonight, and started to watch "The Other Me", The idea of having an identical duplicate of the main character, that they only know about has been around since Disney first made "The Parent Trap". Since then the formulae has been used so many times I have lost count, and few have been any good. For once though it works, this film is fun, amusing, well acted, and well worth watching.The crooks as always in Disney films are inept, but I would imagine are used that way as to not frighten the younger audience. The lead role, played by Andrew Lawrence shows he has real talent from the way he portrays the two different characters. There is no doubt that he makes the film work, and the supporting cast, do an amicable job. Well worth seeing if you get the chance especially as a family.
santillanaldari When I was going to see this movie, I thought it was going to be a schmaltzy flick. But I was wrong. This movie was great! It was a little bit of everything. It was funny, dramatic, romantic and most of all, funny.