5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 23 February 2013
time has told on the quality of the film. However, it is totally unobscured by lines, dots and the like. the interview with Carter Stevens is interesting. especially about the finding of the twins ~ their naivity, yet willingness to participate in the first of the three films. He certainly knew a winner by having twins who were prepared to appear in film and their inhibited actions with each other. the most entertaining, and best picture quality, is the third film that has humour within the plot. very entertaining!