Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen made so many movies together. We thank them for their contributions to popular culture and world peace by ranking these films in order of superiority.
Do little girls living in big cities daydream about living in the desert? How the West Was Fun suggests that yes, indeed they do.
I would totally enter the witness protection program if it meant moving to Australia and having super early 00s flippy hair!
In their sportiest film, Mary-Kate and Ashley switch places to totally ruin a small-town soccer league. Criminals!
In To Grandmother's House We Go, the girls play kindergartners that decide to go visit their grandmother without telling their mom. That is so something the Olsen twins would do in real life at that age.
I went to see New York Minute immediately after finishing my AP US History exam, and I think my excitement for their big, not direct-to-video movie kept me from studying more.
In their biggest departure from reality, the Olsen twins are trying to break a spell cast by an evil witch (Cloris Leachman, holler!) in Double Double Toil and Trouble.
When in Rome wins as the film with the best hair (wavy, highlighted, long) and coolest names (Charli and Leila).
Holiday in the Sun gets points simply because Mary-Kate and Ashley look incredibly pretty in this movie, as is Megan Fox as their nemesis. Also, the movie is so named because of a popular Weezer song at the time.
This big-screen movie was a slight rip-off of The Parent Trap, but we forgive them for Mary-Kate's awesome Brooklyn-y accent and Steve Gutenberg, period.