If you were a kid growing up in the ’90s, chances are that you watched It Takes Two so many times that you had the entire movie memorized.
My sisters and I worshiped Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, so when this movie came out, it was on a constant loop in our household. The food fight scene! Kirstie Alley being so darn likable! Steve Guttenberg serving up those hot dad vibes!
Here’s the thing: when I decided to re-watch It Takes Two as an adult, I was scared. What if it wasn’t as great as I remembered? Could my fragile, nostalgic heart take it?
Here are some thoughts I had upon a re-watch. And spoiler alert: IT HOLDS UP. SO MUCH.
Being an orphan means you can play baseball in a busy New York City street.
That entire horse scene was insane.
Roger and Diane have only known each other for days.
The butler, Vincenzo, pretty much believes Amanda immediately when she tells him she’s not really Alyssa.