Multiplicity
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Multiplicity

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Director: Harold Ramis

Cast: Harold Ramis, Michael Keaton, Andie MacDowell, Harris Yulin

     
 

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In this zany comedy, Michael Keaton is Doug Kinney, a man with too many tasks and not enough time to complete them. When he feels too much pressure, his temper explodes with disastrous results. So when researcher Dr. Owen Leeds (Harris Yulin) offers him a somewhat unusual remedy for his problem, he gives it a try. Soon, a fully grown clone of Doug is delivered,

Overview

In this zany comedy, Michael Keaton is Doug Kinney, a man with too many tasks and not enough time to complete them. When he feels too much pressure, his temper explodes with disastrous results. So when researcher Dr. Owen Leeds (Harris Yulin) offers him a somewhat unusual remedy for his problem, he gives it a try. Soon, a fully grown clone of Doug is delivered, complete with his memories up to the time of its "birth." Being in two places at once offers some advantages, but problems arise when Doug #2 can't handle the stress of overwork any better than the original. Perhaps Doug #2 could benefit from having his own helper. Versions of Doug multiply, each of them emphasizing some facet of his character, and complications multiply. For instance, having more of him around doesn't make life simpler for Doug's wife Laura (Andie MacDowell).

Product Details

Release Date:
04/15/1998
UPC:
0043396824492
Original Release:
1996
Rating:
PG13
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital]
Time:
1:56:00
Sales rank:
12,510

Special Features

Interactive Menus; Scene Selections; Full screen Presentation

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Keaton Doug Kinney
Andie MacDowell Laura Kinney
Harris Yulin Dr. Owen Leeds
Richard Masur Del King
Eugene Levy Vic
Ann Cusack Noreen
Julie Bowen Robin
Katie Schlossberg Jennifer Kinney
Zack Duhame Zack Kinney
John de Lancie Ted
Judy Kahan Franny
Obba Babatunde Paul
Brian Doyle-Murray Walt
Dawn Maxey Beth
Glenn Shadix Building Inspector
Kari Coleman Patti
Robin Duke Ballet School Receptionist
Suzanne Herrington Den Mother
Justine Johnston Couple in Restaurant
Steven Kampmann Coach Jack
Dennis R. Lyell Construction Worker
Michael Milhoan Irate Football Parent
James Piddock Maitre D'
Howard Plon Lab Technician Twin
Richard Plon Lab Technician Twin
Robert Ridgely Laura's Father
Skip Stellrecht Irate Football Parent
George D. Wallace Couple in Restaurant

Technical Credits
Harold Ramis Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Trevor Albert Producer
Shay Cunliffe Costumes/Costume Designer
Jackson de Govia Production Designer
Richard Edlund Special Effects Supervisor
George Fenton Score Composer,Songwriter
Howard Feuer Casting
K.C. Fox Set Decoration/Design
Lowell Ganz Screenwriter
Mary Hale Screenwriter
Michael Haley Asst. Director
Craig Herring Editor
Pembroke J. Herring Editor
Suzanne Herrington Associate Producer
Geoff Hubbard Art Director
Laszlo Kovacs Cinematographer
Dennis L. Maitland Sound/Sound Designer
Babaloo Mandel Screenwriter
Lee R. Mayes Executive Producer
Chris Miller Screenwriter
Mario Roberts Stunts
Whitney White Co-producer

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Multiplicity 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I feel depressed and think of movies to watch to cheer myself up, Multiplicity always pops into my mind. I watch Keaton's performance as three cloned characters, and find myself laughing outloud before I know it. Clones two and four are hilarious!!!!
Chellei More than 1 year ago
Love,love,love this movie. It's too funny :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
okay so a man goes into a suregy room what is called a clone he gets another person of himself actually 4 one of them are dumb the other one who' s real man and the gay one its amazing how in the movie the man clones the guy i thought they actually did that only to sheep but if not on sheeps on humans wow thats so amazing and yet so great!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A sure laugh for audiences. A few choice words and insinuations, best suited for an audience without young children.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago