The Lindsay Lohan classic is one of the most iconic movies from our childhood so it’s safe to say we’re excited to take a trip down memory lane.
The movie follows identical twin sisters, Hallie and Annie, who meet at summer camp. The duo are determined to get their parents back together and decide to swap places at the end of the summer, but will their parents rekindle their romance?
Starring Dennis Quaid, Natasha Richardson, Elaine Hendrix and Lindsay Lohan in a dual role.
The Parent Trap is bound to make this weekend that little bit better for those of us feeling pretty dull.
Being a twenty-something has changed a lot over the years.
For our parents, at 24,/25 they were engaged or married, with a house and a steady-ish job under their belts. Maybe they had even had us.
The 90s were a different era and some of our favourite childhood movies show that – take a beloved classic like The Parent Trap.
Lindsay Lohan made her screen debut as twins who were separated as babies and each lived with one parent.
Cue 11 years later, they meet at camp and plan to get their folks back together.
But one thing stands in their way…their vineyard-owning dad has a gorgeous young fiancee.
When we were kids the villain of the movie was Meredith Blake, a perfectly coiffed and successful publicist who was set on marrying Nick Parker.
But now we're not ten anymore, things look…not as they seemed, let's just say.
Meredith is only TWENTY-SIX, has an unreal career, a killer wardrobe and is marrying a millionaire who is also a bit of a ride.
And we're sitting here with barely enough money to buy a coffee.
Meredith Blake had it all figured out and we are kinda in awe of her.
She knew what she wanted – a hot rich husband – and who are we to judge?
It seems we're not the only ones with delayed admiration for her.
When the flick hit its 20th anniversary in 2018, fans flocked to social media to sing Meredith's praises.
can you imagine being first of all, a publicist for a gigantic vineyard, AND as sneaky and bratty as she is?? when you’re a kid watching it 26 is so grown up. when you’re 25 and watching it you’re like pic.twitter.com/9THP0xyNMQ
"Ashley Albright is running a fashion house. She's like a Diane Von Furstenburg with really good luck."
Aubrey Fleming: I Know Who Killed Me
Aspiring pianist and writer Aubrey disappears on a night out in the 2007 psychological thriller, and yet another random twin who was separated at birth turns up.
"So there's two ways I can go with this, because we didn't know if she had a sister or not. One is six feet under, the other one is FBI. They've both changed their names, so it's CIA, FBI and they're friends with Anna Coleman. So they're taking over the White House."
Cady Heron: Mean Girls
Cady is arguably the most famous character in the Lindsay Lohan repertoire, and lately featured as part of Ariana Grande's iconic Thank U, Next music video.
"Cady Heron is definitely back in Africa building homes for orphan gorillas. For sure, obviously."
Elizabeth 'Lola' Steppe: Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
The Broadway obsessed 15-year-old gal played by Lohan who gets embroiled in the New Yorker life with Megan Fox.
"Lola would be a director on Broadway. She'd be directing Mean Girls right now, duh."
Rachel Wilcox: Georgia Rule
Rachel's a rebel who gets caught up in drug use, sex and drinking at 17. Jane Fonda plays the badass granny who turns Rachel's life around.
"Rachel would be a lawyer, definitely a female activist, for sure."
Casey Stuart: Life Size
The tomboy who plays quarterback on the seventh grade football team. Casey sets the world into crazy mode by trying to RESURRECT her dead mother. Yup, that was a plot-line, with Tyra Banks.
"Casey would be living in Texas dating a really famous football player. She'd be friends with Giselle and Tom Brady, they'd have kids parties together.
So there you have it: a comprehensive breakdown of every Lindsay Lohan character's lives in modern day.
According to the woman herself; "I'm pretty sure they could put every character together and create a really good Capitol Hill office."
Hmm, interesting notion. The standard at the moment doesn't exactly seem sky high to be fair…
Check out the original video below;
As far as modern-day Lindsay Lohan herself goes… who know's what character's she'll decide to play next.
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