In which the Olsen twins get a nice holiday in Australia, where this film was made. There is a plot, of sorts, as two sisters are sent with their parents to Oz as part of the witness-protection programme. The bad-guy mobsters are in hot pursuit, but the twins still have time for shopping, sightseeing and girlie bonding with their new Aussie pals. (And they talk directly to the camera sometimes, too, which is intensely irritating.)
Only of interest to young fans of the Olsens, this inoffensive but dull film will be torture for any boys or adults who accidentally end up watching it. The Australian tourist board must have been pleased, though, as this portrays the island as one big sunny beach party!
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