Two Much

Two Much is a 1995 romantic screwball comedy film based on Donald Westlakes novel of the same name, and is also a remake of the 1984 French comedy film Le Jumeau, which was also based on Westlakes novel. Directed by Fernando Trueba, Two Much stars Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith, Daryl Hannah and Danny Aiello. It was released in the United States by Touchstone Pictures and MetroGoldwynMayer in Other Countries. Lew Soloff performed music for the film.

Things take an ugly turn when Art is trying this scam with mobster Gene Danny Aiello whose father just died. Not only does Gene not fall for it, but he tries to have his henchmen beat Art up. Art barely escapes by hiding in the Rolls Royce of Betty Kerner Melanie Griffith, Genes estranged twotime exwife and wealthy heiress. Betty is excited about helping the handsome stranger, and the two end up shortly thereafter making love. Betty being very impulsive, she wants to marry Art in two weeks. Because of the heiress fortune the news immediately makes the tabloids. Stuck between Betty who wont change her mind and Gene who still loves his exwife, Art doesnt like the idea of getting married with such short notice but decides to play along for now.One morning, at Bettys mansion, Art seductively enters her shower naked, only to realize its not Betty whos in there but her sister Liz Daryl Hannah, an art professor. If Art is attracted to Liz, she stays very cold and distant, seeing him as nothing more than a gigolo who hit the jackpot. Art decides to invent a fake twin brother Bart who wears glasses and has his hair down instead of wearing a ponytail who is allegedly a painter who just got back from Italy. Bart and Liz instantly hit it off while Gene still tries to romance Betty. Bart and Liz cant stop talking about everything, he plays with her dog and even invites her to Mannys studio when hes not in, pretending to show her his art. When Lizs favorite painting in the studio turns out to have been actually made by Art who gave it to Manny as an advance on what he owes him, Bart gives her the painting. ........

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