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Writer-director Nancy Meyers takes the winning formula of the 1961 original and gives it an amiable modern spin, while young star Lindsay Lohan shines in her breakout role.
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This 1998 romantic comedy mostly bores with its cumbersome exposition and close-ups of trivial objects scattered throughout lackluster montage sequences.
New pic is slick, sentimental and exceptionally well cast, with enough cross-generational appeal to suggest strong commercial potential.
The light comedy is sweetly timed, the direction smart and assured, and the visuals bright, colourful, unobtrusive and faultless.
Movies like this remember how much fun escapism can be.
It never fails to amaze me that something as essentially light and pointless as Disney's remake of The Parent Trap can clock in at over two hours in length.
Richardson and Quaid, who is beginning to resemble Harrison Ford in his rumpled mode, have great chemistry. It's a shame it takes so long for the movie to bring them together to demonstrate it.
Romance, comedy, adventure and charm come through loud and clear in this highly entertaining remake.
The technology for twinning a single young actress is considerably more seamless than it was in 1961, and Lohan is a perky charmer.
The whole thing is pleasant enough -- provided you can suspend your disbelief for long enough to accept that all English people talk in plummy accents, swan around Kensington and have butlers.
Delightful remake is great for the whole family.
Even if you've seen and enjoyed the original Parent Trap, this 1998 update should make you happy all over again.
Agreeable remake of the 60s Disney hit.
This remake is a lot like the original, except of course it tries to modernize the story, make it more realistic for today's audience. It's good, actually, but it will never be as good as the original, of course.
Before Lindsay Lohan was in bad trouble she was an adorable 12 year old who had a promising future and Hallie and Annie, twins in this great remake of the original Parent Trap. Dennis Quid is adorable, Natasha Richardson is beautiful, Lisa Ann Walter who plays Chessi is awesome and I adore Martin (:
I always liked this film, it was innocent and fun, it was a cute movie and I miss Linsey Lohan like this, before she went downhill.
Surprisingly cute movie and well done. My daughters loved it.
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