Topic: the parent trap

10 Classic ’90s Movies That Need To Be Remade Right Now

10 Classic '90s Movies That Need To Be Remade Right Now

Hollywood has officially run out of original ideas. Didn’t you get the memo? Check your spam folder. The least we can do is give them some guidance for just what movies would be best to adapt for a 21st century audience. And it’s kind of shocking that every movie in theaters isn’t a remake of a ’90s film or TV show or board game or commercial, since we millennials obsess over that decade so much. More »

The Many Reasons That The Parent Trap Camp Should Be Sued

The Many Reasons That The Parent Trap Camp Should Be Sued

When the movie first came out, nothing seemed more fun to me than beating my doppelganger at poker or giving someone a shaving cream wig while they slept. Now that I’ve revisited the film as a 20-something, all I can think about is how many lawsuits should have come out of this camp. I’m shocked that the Marvas didn’t have their camp-running privileges revoked after their first summer in operation. More »

I’m A Huge Annie James, But I Still Totally Want To Be A Hallie Parker

I'm A Huge Annie James, But I Still Totally Want To Be A Hallie Parker

Lindsay Lohan turns 26 today. That’s neat. Like seriously neat, because she’s Lindsay Lohan and we all know that she spent a few years playing a great game of  ”self destructive behavior.” But I’d rather not discuss that. Because it’s not a fun conversation. I’d prefer to spend her birthday discussing The Parent Trap, her most impressive piece of work to date. More »

In Honor Of ‘Monte Carlo’, Five More Awesome Mistaken Identity Movies

In Honor Of 'Monte Carlo', Five More Awesome Mistaken Identity Movies

In Monte Carlo, the new Selena Gomez movie, Miss Gomez plays a young Texan who bears a striking resemblance to a wealthy heiress. When a hotel manager mistakes her for Ms Richie Rich, she and her friends (well, stepsister and friend) decide to go with it; hijinks in designer dresses ensue. Plot sound familiar? Even if you’re not ready to sign on for an hour and half of the Biebette’s European adventure, you’ve probably caught a mistaken identity flick at one time or another. More »