Olsen Twins: Getting There
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The Olsen Twins: Getting There

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Director: Steve Purcell

Cast: Ashley Olsen, Mary-Kate Olsen

     
 

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Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen have some wacky road-trip fun in Getting There: Sweet 16 & Licensed to Drive, and Warner Home Video's DVD of the film packs even more fun for the twins' fervid young fans. First up is a documentary full of goofy behind-the-scenes moments with the girls. Also included are trailers and an alternate ending to the girls' Winter Olympics

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Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen have some wacky road-trip fun in Getting There: Sweet 16 & Licensed to Drive, and Warner Home Video's DVD of the film packs even more fun for the twins' fervid young fans. First up is a documentary full of goofy behind-the-scenes moments with the girls. Also included are trailers and an alternate ending to the girls' Winter Olympics adventure. For those audience members wondering what to do for their 16th birthday, the disc includes some perky party tips. For those who can't get enough of the film itself, there's an interactive question-and-answer game to play.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
It seems like only yesterday that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were toddlers, cooing and crawling in Bob Saget's Full House. But these pre-teen media tycoons are finally full-blown teens -- and ready to hit the road in this G-rated cross-country romp. The Olsens star as type-A Taylor and more laid-back Kylie, who turn sweet 16 in style. Presented with a 1965 Mustang, the duo drives off, headed for the Olympics in Salt Lake City. Accompanied by two girlfriends and three doofus boys, they have one "disaster hamburger wrapped in a catastrophe bun" after another. That is, until they meet another girl, Charlie, who becomes their "guardian angel" (She's an incognito heiress). No longer girls, but not yet women, the Olsens have yet to go the Britney Spears route - something for which parents can give thanks. It's nice to see self-possessed kids who can still find innocent fun.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/11/2002
UPC:
0085393759322
Original Release:
2002
Rating:
NR
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Surround]
Time:
1:25:00

Special Features

New alternate movie ending; Behind the Scenes ; Sweet 16 party planning tips; Getting There trivia quiz; Trailers; Subtitles: English, Español & Français

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Titles [5:50]
2. Sweet Sixteen [6:27]
3. On the Road [3:10]
4. Hot Sauce [4:26]
5. It's Gone! [5:26]
6. Airport Rendezvous [7:42]
7. Bus Stop [7:09]
8. Viva Los Vegas [13:21]
9. Next Stop: Snow [11:49]
10. Hot Apple Cider [13:12]
11. One Month Later [1:53]
12. Credits/Bloopers [5:15]

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The Olsen Twins: Getting There 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
mary-kate and ashley are sweet 16 what taylor and kaylie get to drive to uath for the writer game lot thing happen on the way that make think differet way get there so get the car and come a road trip you never forgtheen . the fun is getting there and joying the ride
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the newest movies of the Olsen twins is remarcible. going out, having fun and meeting new people was awsome.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this movie is amazing.The Olsen twins are my fave actresses. The guys in it are also total babes. It is my favourite movie from the Olsen twins yet.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This a great movie it is really cool as for I am an enormous Fan of MK + Ash.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is alloted one-half of a star because the ''filmakers'' got the cameras to turn on, and another half because they managed to actually capture images with them. The remaining star is awarded simply because what resulted is so horribly amusing. This ''film'' is so bad it's great. Awkward moments, and unsure direction give the viewer tons to laugh at. Is it a teen-romance/roadtrip adventure, a post-preteen roadtrip/romantic comedy, or an unintentional tragicomedy in terms of poor film making? Buy it, if only to make the rest of your movie collection shine in comparison.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Mary-Kate and Ashley are so cool.They make so many movies and there all great but this one is probably the best one ever because they can drive and they can go anywhere they want with there friends.It is really a fantastic movie.It looks like they put so much effort into making it perfect.