The Identical Synopsis
THE IDENTICAL tells the compelling story of twin brothers unknowingly separated at birth during the Great Depression.
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Movie Reviews

Finally, an uplifting movie

By pkdad
We saw the Identical last night and truly enjoyed it. It was so refreshing to go to the movies and not have to cringe through the bad language, sex, and violence. The story provided several twists...

Great for your Mom & Dad -- Fine for You

By bradleywaynebrown
First, the movie's star, Blake Rayne, is amazingly handsome. In fact, the whole cast is full of beautiful people -- save the character actors Joe Pantoliano, etc. Ashley Judd, Seth Green are in the...

I grew up with Elvis

By magician49
I was born in Memphis in 1949 and am very aware of Elvis and "Rock-n-Roll". This movie is obviously loosely based on Elvis and Blake Rayne is amazing in the staring roll. I loved the music and...

I loved it!

By locktech
Ray Liotta deserves an Oscar for his performance....

very good movie... the story is awesome.

By dyablitoloco

This is a must see movie

By blackdogracing
My wife and I selected this movie when we couldn't decide on anything else. Started out a little slow but then the story catches you. I normally am not a fan of the sappy movies but this one is...

The Identical

By huntjw
This is a good movie that has a good story and the music is great for those that like Elvis. Recommend for family....


By valeriemgregg
want CD now...

Enjoyed The Identical

By princess_kelly
I liked the movie. Characterizations were carried out well. The actors were believable and sympathetic in their roles, and the conflict between father and son, contrasted with the love between them,...

A Soft Surprise

By mtmcpa
I went to this film with my 12 year old son and we both had no idea what this movie was about and neither of us has heard of the film as well. It was a surprise. I would say the film was a family...

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Rated PG | For Smoking and Thematic Material
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 10+ Musical melodrama lacks charisma but is fine for tweens.
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