Seeing Double

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British music-video maven Nigel Dick directs Seeing Double, featuring the U.K. pop band S Club. The story involves mad scientist Victor (David Gant) creating clones for each member of the band in his laboratory at Eagle Peak. After seeing the clones perform on TV, manager Alistair (Joseph Adams) is kidnapped and the real band is sent to jail. They manage to escape and fly to L.A., where bandmembers Jon, Rachel, and Hannah replace their clones, who help out Brad, Tina, and Jo. Everyone ends up back at Eagle Peak, Victor is eventually arrested, and the clones perform a show while the real band goes on holiday.

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Critic Reviews for Seeing Double

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  • Somewhere, buried within the adolescent yammering that passes for chart-topping performances in the record industry these days, is a more cynical movie rooted in a healthy hatred of the merchandise it flogs to kids.

    Dec 31, 2003 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Seeing Double

Oh no! S Club have been cloned and now the clones are taking over their lives? Is there a more sinister plot behind it all? Will they dance to escape from a Spanish prison? Will they teach the clones about hot dogs and pepsi? And will they still have time to get to their next gig and keep all their fans happy? You'll just have to see it for yourself.

Marcus Woolcott
Marcus Woolcott

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i enjoyed it they copied spice girls in a way as this wa the film to mark he end of the band but its good funny and worth a watch!

Film Crazy
Film Crazy

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This movie was full on hilarious. as the S- Clubbers raced against time to stop a evil mastermind form taking over the world using clones of top pop stars to do it.

Steven Vincent Gee
Steven Vincent Gee

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