Well, cry me a river. Double Happiness is probably the most blatantly self-centered film I've seen all year. After all, when people say, "Write what you know," they don't mean, "Write about YOU YOU YOU!" The idea is to take a personal story and make it accessible to the masses. This movie is just one big, running, inside joke.
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Tailored specifically for packs of prepubescent girls, New York Minute will be eye candy for some and brain candy for all. It casts the camera-friendly siblings in a frothy Ferris Bueller-inspired day in the life of twin sisters spinning in opposite circles. Prim and proper Jane Ryan (Ashley) preps to give a speech at Columbia University that could earn her an Oxford scholarship. Slacker sister Roxy Ryan (Mary-Kate) just wants to skip school and stay one step ahead of a power-hungry truant officer (Eugene Levy) with cop envy.
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