The Parent Trap DVD Review
A set of twins are separated at birth by their parents and accidentally meet up at summer camp when they are 11 years old. Hallie has lived her whole life in California with her dad, while Annie has grown up in London, England with her mom. But, when they meet up at camp, they decide to play a game of switcheroo with their unsuspecting 'rents. Get the goods on this flick right here!
The Parent Trap - Seeing Double
When Hallie and Annie first meet each other, they can't stand one another. They fight, play pranks on each other - but that's all before they find out that their twins. They quickly jump into action and decide to switch places so they can meet the parent they never knew. Hallie heads off to London to meet her mom and Annie flys over to Napa Valley to spend a little time with her dad. That's when the chaos starts!
The Parent Trap - Double Trouble
Long before Lindsay Lohan was gracing the cover of every magazine and dating all the top stars in Hollywood, she starred in The Parent Trap. Somehow Lindsay manages to play the parts of two totally different characters throughout the whole movie - which is pretty impressive for an 11 year old! Despite all of the movies Lindsay has tackled since, The Parent Trap is definitely one of the best!
The Parent Trap - DVD Features
This classic Disney flick has been updated and included are a ton of awesome features. Watch how the film was put together with a fun behind-the-scenes tour with Lindsay Lohan. Learn how Lindsay got that British accent she sports in the movie with a little help from a dialect coach and how one girl (Lindsay Lohan) ends up being two in the movie (a little hint - it involved shooting scenes twice!).
The Parent Trap - Bottom Line
The original Parent Trap flick was mad in the '60s and this updated '90s version is just as enjoyable as the other! Lindsay is fantastic as twins and the story is just so much fun, the whole family will want to watch it together. A perfect addition to any movie lover's DVD collection.
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