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"I'll teach you to be me, and you teach me to be you,'' one twin says, after they meet by chance at summer camp and realize that they've been raised separately by divorced parents. It's a splendid story premise, but in a way, the switch is just the setup, and the real story involves the parents. They're played by Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson, who bring such humor and warmth to the movie that I was amazed to find myself actually caring about their romance.

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The three important supporting roles are also well-filled. Plump, spunky Lisa Ann Walter plays the nanny and housekeeper on Quaid's spread (he runs a vineyard in the Napa Valley), and bald, droll Simon Kunz is Richardson's butler (she's a trendy London fashion designer). Elaine Hendrix, coming across a little like Sharon Stone, is the snotty publicist who plans to marry Quaid--until the parent trap springs. She has a thankless role--the only person in the movie we're not supposed to like--but at least they don't make her just stand there and be obnoxious. She gets to earn her stripes in a camping trip during which she demonstrates, once and for all, that she is not the ideal wife for Quaid.

A movie like this has to cover a lot of ground, in several different locations. That's why good casting is so important. There's not time to establish the characters carefully, so they have to bring their personalities along with them almost from the first shot. Quaid is instantly likable, with that goofy smile. Richardson, who almost always plays tougher roles and harder women, this time is astonishing, she's so warm and attractive. The two of them have a conversation over an old bottle of wine, and, yes, it's cornball--but quality cornball, earning its sentiment.

The movie was directed by Nancy Meyers and produced by Charles Shyer; they wrote the script with David Swift. Meyers and Shyer have specialized in light domestic comedies ("Baby Boom,'' "Father Of The Bride''), and they make this into a good one--a family picture that's not too soppy for adults. My only reservation involves the ear-piercing scene, which I suspect will lead to an epidemic of do-it-yourself home surgery.

The Parent Trap is a 1998 American romantic comedy movie co-written and directed by Nancy Meyers, and produced and co-written by Charles Shyer. It is a remake of the 1961 movie of the same name.

Good question! Taking a movie pre-production to production is always a precarious endeavor. A million things need to go right for it to happen, and if even one thing goes wrong, there could be a catastrophic domino effect. Korine mentioned having to push back on dates. That is likely referring to the schedules of his very busy cast, and his inability to line them all back up once the initial start date got pushed back. Once that happens, a movie can fall into production limbo, and it could be months or even years until the stars align again.

Luffy continues his voyage with the Straw Hat Pirates in hopes of becoming the Pirate King. That is until he crosses paths with one of the Marines' most intelligent captains, Captain Trap. Determined to capture Luffy, the captain attacks the Thousand Sunny with various traps he created.

The first trap is Cutting Hell, a wheel of spinning blades inside a tube. As the Thousand Sunny falls toward it, Luffy pushes aside his screaming crew and destroys it with Gomu Gomu no Pistol. The crew falls through the tunnel into another one with running seawater, and the Sunny spins around and crashes into waves. A wave falls over the ship, and the Devil Fruit users fall over from being weakened. They race through the water tunnel around many bends and obstacles before approaching the second trap, a giant gorilla-like animatronic called Hammer Hell that punches large metal fists together in the path the ship is headed. Sanji declares that he will take care of it and uses Diable Jambe Premier Hachis to kick the fists off the robot before landing back on the ship. Usopp and Nami praise him, and Sanji acts smitten with Nami and dances for her.

Trap angrily hits a button in his control room to activate more traps, and at the end of the water tunnel, four weapons engage and shoot dozens of gold harpoons toward the Straw Hat Pirates. Zoro deflects them with Santoryu: Hyakuhachi Pound Ho, and Trap angrily presses the button to fire more. One slips past Zoro and almost stabs Usopp in the eye, but Sanji kicks it out of the way just in time. Sanji tells Zoro to get serious, and the scene cuts to a group of dugongs who hit a boxer's bell as the two begin fighting. Trap hits a different button to activate the main ride, and hundreds of dugong-operated cannons come out of the walls of a large room the Sunny has stopped in. Luffy finally gets up from being weakened by the seawater but is still groggy, so Nami uses Thunderbolt Tempo to wake him up completely. Luffy tells her that it did not work because he is rubber and gives her a thumbs up. She tells him to do something about the cannons, and he goes up to the masthead and uses Gomu Gomu no Balloon to deflect the cannonballs. The dugongs jump from the cannons to the water below to escape the return fire, and Trap jumps toward his monitor begging that they stay safe. The explosion causes debris to fall from Trap Tower, and the officer outside on the fleet is concerned.

There's no doubt that reality TV fans love bonkers gimmicks, but a new British dating show called The Love Trap takes it to the next level by having eliminated contestants fall through a trap door. The Channel 4 show follows a typical Bachelor-style format, with a group of women competing for the love of one man. The only problem is, half of the women are already in relationships and are attempting to deceive the bachelor, meaning they are "a love trap." The show premiered on October 20 and is hosted by Joel Dommett.

The show stars David Birtwistle, who was also a contestant on Netflix's Too Hot To Handle, living in a gorgeous mansion with the contestants. He takes them on lovely dates while trying to figure out which ones are lying to him. At the end of each episode, three women are taken down to "the trap room," where David expresses his concerns about them, and the contestants have a chance to change his mind. But even once David chooses which woman to eliminate, it is not revealed whether or not the contestant was a love trap or not.

But undoubtedly, the real draw of the show is watching contestants fall through a trap door. A tweet from Bec Shaw captures the moment where contestant J'Harie is caught totally by surprise, despite being told moments before that one of them would be going through a trap door, when the floor falls out from under her and she tumbles down, leaving David and the other two contestants in shock. Perhaps the best part of the clip is David's face after watching a woman in a lovely dress be unceremoniously dropped out of the house.

The clip has unsurprisingly gone viral, with The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon playing it on the show and commenting "It's just like The Bachelor, but instead of being escorted out in a limo, they were taken away in an ambulance." Even on the show, Dommett feels the need to reassure the other contestants that J'Harie is ok, saying, "She's not dead. It's fine." In case any viewers were worried, the show does include an interview with J'Harie after the tumble where she reveals that she is in fact a love trap and that she is in a happy relationship.

The Love Trap has certainly made a big splash so far, and given the viral clip, it will likely be made available to U.S. and world audiences before too long, though right now, it is only available to watch in full to those in the U.K. Still, many are wondering whether the trap door gimmick will be able to sustain audiences, given that it's the same slapstick humor every time. The appeal may depend on how fun and exciting the falls are and whether or not audiences ever get to see the reactions of the eliminated contestants. The show could also simply turn to other slapstick gags to keep audiences engaged. Regardless of where this show goes, it seems certain to deliver some shocks.

Originally from Northern New York, Susannah Sudborough usually works as a newspaper reporter in Quincy, Massachusetts. She currently works at the Brockton Enterprise, which is part of the biggest newspaper conglomerate in the country. She's also worked for four other major papers and two Boston local news stations as a web producer. Susannah is excited to be writing for Screen Rant in the area of reality tv. She especially enjoys dating and competition shows. A traditional nerd, she loves all things Lord of the Rings, Star Trek, and Harry Potter. Her truest loves are supernatural horror movies, plushies and diet Coke.

In 2263 of the alternate reality, the alien scavenger Jaylah had set up traps around the crashed USS Franklin, including a smoke cloud that would harden and created an impenetrable wall which could only be broken by a charge from her staff weapon. After landing on the planet, Captain James T. Kirk and Ensign Pavel Chekov were caught in this trap before Jaylah released them. During the attack on Krall's base, Jaylah equipped a PX70 motorcycle with this particular trap as well as her holographic technology for Kirk to use as a distraction. When the final group of Enterprise crewmembers were surrounded by Swarm drones firing on all sides, Kirk deployed the trap from the exhaust pipe of the motorcycle, shielding the crew long enough for them to be beamed to the Franklin. (Star Trek Beyond)

In 2366, when a science project of Wesley Crusher's went wrong and some nanites escaped his laboratory, he put small traps all over the ship, including Ten Forward, in order to catch the tiny nanites. He was successful and caught at least one nanite. (TNG: "Evolution")

In 2375, the Hazari apparently did not cover all possible flight paths the USS Voyager could take, but Captain Janeway was convinced those open routes were in fact traps. Later on, Kurros suspected Janeway had set up a trap when the Hazari were attacking the Voyager. (VOY: "Think Tank")

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