S Club Seeing Double Review

S Club have to battle against clones of themselves.

by Jane Howdle |
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Release Date:

01 Jan 2003

Running Time:

91 minutes



Original Title:

S Club Seeing Double

Imagine not one S Club, but two. Music hell or lad mag heaven? Having been cloned by a dastardly celeb-obsessed villain (Pop Idol irony, perhaps?), the ever-chirpy Rachel, Hannah and pals are taken for tragic wannabes while their 'popbot' impersonators storm the world's stages.

Luckily they've got a few tricks up their collective S Club sleeve, and set about infiltrating the clones and proving their genuine pop star status. 'Seeing Double' is absolute nonsense of course and, in real terms, it's a terrible film.

However, it has all the crap jokes, upbeat sing-alongs and Gareth Gates cameos its target audience wants. Even if you're slightly older than primary school age, you could find there's some mindless fun to be had here (even though your intentions might be less than honourable).

This really is a load of old cobblers but it has all the right ingredients to appeal to its target audience. If you're a teenybopper, you'll love it, otherwise, avoid.
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