- Rated: PG-13
- Closed captioning available
- Run Time: 1 hours, 58 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: April 27, 2004
- Originally Released: 2003
- Label: 20th Century Fox
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 2.35
- Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
- Dolby Surround - Spanish, French
- Additional Release Material:
- Bloopers Reel
- Deleted Scenes (8)
- Audio Commentary: Peter and Bobby Farrelly - Directors
- "It's Funny: The Farrelly Formula"
- "Bringing STUCK ON YOU to the Screen"
- "The Makeup Effects of STUCK ON YOU"
- Theatrical Trailer
- Teaser Trailer
- Cross Promotional Trailers
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Entertainment Weekly - 12/19/2003
"...STUCK ON YOU has a fractured fairy-tale charm..."
New York Times - 12/12/2003
"[C]hewy....Walt's gargantuan optimism gives the movie a soul."
Los Angeles Times - 12/12/2003
"Damon and Kinnear give winning codependent performances, with Damon playing boyishly bashful to Kinnear's faux worldliness."
USA Today - 12/12/2003
"[T]he situations often are hilarious."
Chicago Sun-Times - 12/12/2003
"The movie is funny, but also kind-hearted."
Following the outrageous comedies THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY, SHALLOW HAL, and DUMB AND DUMBER, the Farrelly brothers present yet another humorous romp with STUCK ON YOU. This time around a couple of conjoined twins (Greg Kinnear and Matt Damon) are the focus, and this premise provides for a relentless string of clever, absurd, and always-fresh jokes. Bob (Damon) and Walt (Kinnear) are living happy lives, perfectly content to be joined by a patch of skin that extends from armpit to hip and allows them to share a liver. Though they must do everything in tandem, they are best friends and treat each other as individuals with separate lives. Living on Martha's Vineyard, Bob (Damon) owns a popular local diner where he and Walt work as incredibly fast-moving short-order cooks with all four hands in perfect sync flipping burgers and slicing vegetables--this is one of the best gags in the film. However, as the brothers are shown playing hockey, fighting kung-fu style, cruising for babes in a bar, and taking on basically any other feat imaginable, the laughs only get better. Trouble comes when suave, confident Walt decides to pursue a Hollywood acting career, and Bob's stage fright, panic attacks, and shyness present a personality clash. Nonetheless, they get to meet Meryl Streep, they land a starring role in a television show with Cher, and they find some nice girlfriends. The Farellys keep their signature gross-out humor to a minimum with this likeable film, and provide some truly great, easily digestible physical comedy.
- Theatrical Release Date: December 12, 2003