Cover image for Stuck on you
Title:
Stuck on you
Author:
Thomas, Bradley.
Publication Information:
[United States] : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2004]

©2003
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (118 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Conjoined twins, Bob and Walt, are happy living their lives together and manage just fine, playing hockey, working at the diner, and cruising for babes, until one decides he wants to be an actor and the other has stage fright and panic attacks.
General Note:
[DVD version]

Special features: director's commentary; deleted/extended scenes; blooper reel; 3 featurettes.

Closed-captioned.

Special features, and language options may vary by copy.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: PG-13; for crude sexual humor and some language.
UPC:
024543116516

013132609775
Format :
DVD

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After tackling schizophrenia, obesity, and the inner workings of the vascular system (as represented by an animated Chris Rock), Peter and Bobby Farrelly set their comedic sights on a set of conjoined twins in this broad comedy. Written and directed by the non-twin Farrellys, Stuck on You stars Greg Kinnear and Matt Damon as, respectively, Walt and Bob Tenor, brothers who are so close, they're quite literally joined at the hip. While life in their sleepy, welcoming Martha's Vineyard burgh is comfortable -- the Tenor brothers are the quickest short-order chefs in town, unstoppable hockey goalies, and the most unlikely pair of dinner-theater thespians -- Walt longs to make good on his lifelong dream of becoming a professional actor. The shy, reticent Bob acquiesces to his self-assured brother's wish to move to Hollywood, in part to meet his longtime Internet romantic interest, May (Wen Yann Shih). The twosome finds Tinseltown to be less accommodating than life back east, however, as Walt and Bob come up against flea-ridden apartments, surly bar patrons, and a paucity of roles for actors with an extraneous person attached to them. Things begin to look up when they run into Cher on a studio backlot: Eager to end her commitment to star in a cheesy detective show, she casts Walt as her co-star, hoping the program will fail. When her plan backfires, however, the brothers find themselves on the cusp of fame and fortune -- and consider undergoing the risky surgery that could separate them forever. ~ Michael Hastings, Rovi