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Decent watch at best, could watch again, and can recommend.
I'm a fan of Matt Damon, but not so much Greg Kinnear, though both are clearly quality actors. This movie is extremely charming, and very well written and produced. It is obvious that they knew they had a contentious concept and needed to create something that deals with it carefully and tastefully.
As an idea that, "oh, they can't get away from each other!" is funny short term, like if they were glued together on accident ("Family Guy"), but as the sadness of the reality sets in they try to compete with overly ridiculous scenarios that wouldn't happen in real life and try to swing the odd situations as beneficial. As that becomes obviously untrue, the sadness of it sets back in and is doubled by the idea of being permanently stuck with someone so wildly different that you.
If you can look past reality, then there is a lot of good humor in here, and a really touching love story crossed with a story of ambition versus family.
Other than funny, this movie feels like it tries to be too many things, but that comes from having two wildly different characters each pursuing their own stories. There's just a lot of overhead.
There are a lot of problems with the movie, but it's uniquely charming, and there just aren't many conjoined twin stories.
Surprisingly charming and heart-warming comedy from the Farrelly brothers. Kinnear and Damon have great chemistry. In fact, this is probably Kinnear's best performance ever.
Nice try, but no. Hell no.
The Farrelly brother's stuck on you is a decent watch simply because of the bizzarity of the premise. As you'd have guessed this is a story of two brothers who are co-joined at the hip. The film is surprisingly decent despite the feeling that the jokes will fall flat or worse- offend. And this is down to the talent of leads Matt Damon and Greg kinnear. This film is mostly forgotten and that is because it isn't anything special.
The Farrelly Brothers go mainstream and go Hollywood in one fell swoop with this film that's less on the shock or off the wall elements that they're typically known for (beyond the opening premise) and sure to include as many celeb cameos as humanly possible (hitching a ride on a possible gravy train!). Although well thought out and executed at the end of the day the work fails to connect, which is why nobody notes the thing in reference to nobody nohow. Ever. An okay if disappointing great-might-have-been.
5/24/2017 (2): A fun silly little movie with a great cast. It's not real good by any means, but there were some pretty funny moments.
It's good movie to watch
This movie rocks, the Farley brothers are at it again, with a stupid story line, but still making me laugh through the whole thing, and you just come to love the brothers (twins) that are Bob and Walt Tenor. 4/5 stars
If the brothers are stuck together, wouldn't their shirts be raised up over their conjoined excess skin? This doesn't happen the entire time in Stuck on You.
Then again, are we really supposed to take this movie seriously? I don't think so. Stuck on You isn't hilarious, but it is sweet. The Farrelly Brothers have a certain sweetness to their comedies that make up for the lack of laughs.
Not the Farrelly's best film but it's a watchable friday night film?