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S Club: Seeing Double (2003)
on Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Cheapus reviews the one and only feature film starring S Club (née S Club 7), in which the wildly successful UK pop group finds themselves being cloned by a mad scientist for reasons that certainly must have made sense to the screenwriters.
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