New York Minute (I) (2004)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Family


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Two very different twin sisters haven't spent a day together in years. That changes the day they have to go to NYC and everything goes wrong - chased by a truancy officer, a killer wanting a chip back and two nice young guys.


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  • Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen in New York Minute (2004)

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16 July 2004 | funky_little_angel
It wasn't that bad, and it was enjoyable
People need to cut New York Minute more slack. People attack it just because it is associated with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. But really, despite the unoriginal and somewhat lame plot, it really wasn't that bad.

Mary-Kate and Ashley star as Roxy and Jane Ryan respectively. The sisters (twins, of course) are like chalk and cheese. Jane wants to make it to a speech that could ultimately give her a scholarship to Oxford University, and Roxy wants to give her band's demo tape to the managers of the band Simple Plan, who are shooting a music video that day.

Of course, things don't sail so smoothly for the sisters. Instead of their original plans, they are forced to spend the day together (a first after many years) as they face a culture-confused crook, a weird-looking dog and a truant officer. Oh, and the movie couldn't be complete without a cute guy for each twin.

It was an enjoyable film, and the Olsens did well to keep up their characters and hold the film. Yes, too many things happen to them, but I'm guessing they wanted to get a lot into their first (and what could be their last) feature film for cinemas. It was a fun movie.

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