DVD 118 mins IMDB 6.1 (8,431 votes)
PG-13
Stuck On You
20th Century Fox (2003)
In Collection
#147

My Rating:
7

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Yes
(2004 )
Comedy
USA  /  English

Matt Damon Bob
Greg Kinnear Walt
Eva Mendes April
Wen Yann Shih May
Pat Crawford Brown Mimmy
Ray 'Rocket' Valliere Rocket
Tommy Songin Tommy
Terence Bernie Hines Moe
Cher Herself
Jackie Flynn Howard
Ray "Rocket" Valliere Rocket
Seymour Cassel Morty O'Reilly
Jessica Cauffie
Jay Leno
Frankie Muniz
Jack Nicholson
Adam Shankman
Griffin Dunne Himself
Bridget Tobin Vineyard Cutie
Danny Murphy Dicky
Malcolm G. Chace Jr. Vineyard Buddie
Meryl Streep
Jessica Cauffiel
April Sigman

Director Bobby Farrelly; Peter Farrelly; Mark Steilen
Producer Bobby Farrelly; Peter Farrelly; Bradley Thomas
Writer Charles B. Wessler; Bennett Yellin; Bobby Farrelly; Peter Farrelly
Cinematography Daniel Mindel
Musician Michael Andrews; Flynn; William Goodrum
User Credit 1 Christopher Greenbury; Dave Terman
User Credit 2 Deena Appel

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

Edition Details
Barcode 024543116516
Region Region 1
Chapters 20
Release Date 8/31/2004
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Widescreen 2.35:1 Color (Anamorphic)
Subtitles English; Spanish
Audio Tracks ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1 [CC]
SPANISH: Dolby Digital Surround
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 1

Features
Color Widescreen Dolby
Personal Details
User Lookup 1 DVD Original
User Text 1 Crude and sexual humor, and some language.
User Text 2 Brothers stick together
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Notes
Trivia: When Bob and Walt are in Hollywood for the first time, they walk past a theater that shows that Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), and Maid in Manhattan (2002) are playing. (more)

Goofs: Factual errors: Bob and Walt cannot possibly be conjoined twins because they are not identical. Conjoined twins are monozygotic (formed from the same egg) and are invariably identical (although there is a scientifically incorrect attempt to explain this away). (more)

Quotes:
Walt: What's a three-letter word for man's best friend?
April: Pet?
Walt: No, I've tried that already.
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Awards: 1 nomination (more)