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Twin Sitters (1994)

Twin Sitters (1994)

Twin Sitters





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In this slapstick, family-oriented comedy, a wealthy businessman hires two muscle-bound, thick-headed brothers (Peter and David Paul, former professional wrestlers once known as "the Barbarian Brothers") to oversee his rambunctious twin sons while he goes to court and testifies against his mob-affiliated ex-partner.more
Rating: PG-13
Genre: Kids & Family, Mystery & Suspense, Comedy
Directed By:
In Theaters:
On DVD: Apr 12, 2005
Guts & Glory Productions


Peter Paul
as Peter Falcone
David Paul
as David Falcone
Jared Martin
as Frank Hillhurst
David Wells
as Bennett
Dan Lee Clark
as Sniper Cop
Paul Bartel
as Linguini-Covered Man
Suzanne Kent
as Linguini-Covered Wom...
Don Amendola
as Pa Falcone
Tina May Simpson
as Restaurant Woman
Big Yank
as Truck Driver
John Paragon
as Loan Officer
Lynne Marie Stewart
as Homeless Woman
Farrand Thompson
as Bratty Kid
Rhonda Rydell
as News Reporter
Suzanne St. Pierre
as Smoking EPA Lady
John Moody
as FBI Agent
Florence David
as Gym Manager
Clyde Perry
as Bodybuilder 1
Samir Bannout
as Bodybuilder 2
Michaelangelo Vargas
as Giant Bodybuilder
Simon Kim
as Tiger Twin
James Kim
as Tiger Twin
Taharqa Aleem
as Aleem Twin
Tunde-Ra Aleem
as Aleem Twin
Sisha Smith
as Aleem Twins' Wife
Tasha Smith
as Aleem Twins' Wife
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In this movie a set of muscle bound twins (David & Peter Paul, who are bodybuilders but were never in the World Wrestling Federation as incorrectly stated in the description above) are in the right place at the right time and prevent a wealthy man, Frank, from being murdered. Frank, wanted by crime bosses for wishing to cease operations with them, has custody of twin nephews who recently lost their parents. Frank decides to hire the twins to take care of his twins. The movie was released in the mid 90's but screams cheesy 80's movie--from the hairstyles, to the clothing, to the cheesy songs many of which were composed by the Paul twins themselves. Even the background score felt like it was plucked out of an 80's drama like "The A-Team" or "Knight Rider" The dialogue was cheesy, with lines like "Sorry for being a chowder head," and the slapstick comedy was cheesy, with various twins sprinkled throughout the movie. With that being said, if taken at face value, for a cheesy 80's movie that was released a decade too late, it was somewhat entertaining.

Vincent D.
Vincent D'Aniello

Even though Twin Sitters sometimes didn't make any sense, and sometimes was completely stupid, all in all the movie was pretty decent, and brought laughs to me and my family.

ryan h.
ryan huber

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