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Conjoined twin brothers never leave each other’s side. Their unique bond leads to wild complications when Walt decides to pursue his dreams of becoming an actor and persuades his reluctant sibling to go along for the ride. Whatever happens to the boys, one thing is certain: nothing will ever come between them.
Comedy - This is a silly, broad comedy aimed at an older teen to adult
audience. Those extremely sensitive to humor stemming from unusual
physical conditions may be offended. Some raunchy gags make the
film inappropriate for young children.
PROFANITY: 1 F-word, 9 S-words, 1 GD, a number of others. SEX/NUDITY: Brief sex without nudity. VIOLENCE: A few fight scenes, all played for laughs. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Alcohol and tobacco use. ACTION: A couple of fight scenes. COMEDY: Physical gags, wisecracks, sight gags, some sex-related jokes.
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Berardinelli, Internet CriticFull Review Below Average Stuck on You lacks energy, verve, and effective, laugh-generating comedy. It's the most disappointing thing to come from the Farrelly Brothers in years. Aside from some predictable pratfalls and obvious sex gags, there's nothing exceptionally funny to be found here. It's a one-joke concept that exhausts its possibilities within the first ten minutes.
Roger EbertFull Review Good The movie is funny, but also kind-hearted. Much screen time is given to Rocket (Ray "Rocket" Valliere), a waiter in the burger joint. He's a mentally challenged friend of the Farrellys, who makes it clear here why they like him. Their approach to handicaps is open and natural, and refreshing, compared to the anguished, guilt-laden treatment usually given to handicapped characters in movies.
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Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear play
conjoined twin brothers Bob and Walt Tenor who, literally, never leave each
other's side. Their unique bond leads to wild complications when Walt decides
to pursue his dreams of becoming an actor and persuades his reluctant sibling to
go along for the ride.
Bob and Walt Tenor are small-town legends who excel at
sports, and who are the proud owners of a fast-food restaurant where their four
hands work the grill at lightning speed.
When the acting bug bites Walt, he convinces Bob to
honor their childhood pact to never hold back the other, and the brothers head
west for the bright lights of Hollywood. Bob and Walt make fast friends with
their sexy neighbor (Eva Mendes), who helps Walt land a grizzled agent (Seymour
Cassel) whose idea of a prime gig for Walt is a porn film.
Things finally begin to look up for Walt when the boys
encounter legendary diva – and Academy Award winning actress – Cher. Looking
to sabotage her new television series, of which she wants no part, Cher casts
Walt as her co-star. Instead of dooming the show, Walt propels it to the top of
the ratings, and the brothers became instant celebrities. But their real
adventure is only beginning, as Bob finds romance with a longtime cyber-pal, and
the brothers make a decision that will forever change their lives.
Whatever happens to the boys, one thing is certain:
nothing will ever come between them.