Identical twin brothers become hybrid A.I (artificial intelligence) entities, yet torn in different directions to achieve justice for humanity.
User Reviews: Where do I begin with this… film? What the hell did I watch? This movie is just… *what*? Even though I’ve seen it, I don’t think I can tell you what it’s about. Well, OK, it’s about a man who has a twin brother and they’re both played by Neil Breen. One of them has a fake beard and a fake moustache. I think he’s a… drug addict? The other brother… works for the government? And I think he’s in love with… a woman he’s related to? Yeah, I don’t know. There are three or four men who are kidnapped by one of the brothers and they’re tortured. Why? Because they’re… corrupt businessmen or politicians? There’s a man who talks with a deep modified voice, like someone being interviewed on camera who’s identity is being protected. Why the hell is that guy talking like that? I think he’s intended to be evil because… actually, I don’t think I can explain.
"Twisted Pair" is just baffling, not to mention amateurish. There are explosions in the film, but they’re just really bad special effects and it never looks like an explosion is actually happening. I could’ve probably made those explosion effects if I didn’t care. I mentioned the fake beard and the fake moustache. (They look really fake.) There are times when Breen jumps from one place to another like he has a superpower for that. Guess what? His jumping also looks really fake. I *can* say legitimately positive things about the film. There’s a scene with a moving painting and the painting looks great, although I don’t know if it was made for this movie. Breen made the movie. Did he get that painting from somewhere else? Did he also get the film score from somewhere else? Well, whether he did or didn’t, the music sounds very good. It sounds like music you hear in a Hollywood movie.
Scenes just come and go in this film. There will be a scene and then it ends. There will be another scene and then it ends. How’s the acting? Well, it’s mostly pretty bad. (Big shock.) A lot of the actors are like aliens who are trying to act like they’re humans. The only other Neil Breen film I’ve seen is "Fateful Findings". His acting in that movie is very similar to his acting in "Twisted Pair". By the way, "Fateful Findings" is a more coherent film than this one. Yeah.
So… did I enjoy "Twisted Pair"? Actually, yes. I absolutely loved it. I was laughing *a lot*. I saw the film in a theatre with many other people and they were also laughing a lot. Some people at the end even gave it a standing ovation, including me. This movie might actually be funnier than "The Room" (2003). I dunno. Both movies are so bad they’re great. I also really like "Fateful Findings". I think "Twisted Pair" is perfect for a bad movie night with friends. If you see it, you’ll probably be left feeling very confused, but hopefully you’ll be entertained.