The Cramp Twins: The Movie
Directed by Rock Hunter
Produced by Peace Coffee
Chris Rogers
John Cohen
Megan Ellison
Written by
Screenplay by Kyle Hunter
Ariel Shaffir
Peace Coffee
Cinco Paul
Ken Daurio
Story by Peace Coffee
Brian Lynch
Janet Healy
Based on Brian Wood (book)
Starring Ricky Gervais
Ty Burrell
Tina Fey
Steve Carell
Samuel L. Jackson
Music by Alexander Davidson
Cinematography Don Burgess
Editing by James Thomas
Production company(s) Access Entertainment
Toll Bridge Pictures
Cartoon Network Movies
Annapurna Pictures
Distributor Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date(s) 22 August 2014
Running time 110 Minutes
Language English
Gross revenue
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The Cramp Twins: The Movie is a 2014 British Canadian American live-action adventure film. Starring Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell, Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Samuel L. Jackson, not-so identical twin brothers who live with their hygiene-obsessed mother (Tina Fey) and their Western-obsessed father (Steve Carell) in the fictional town of Soap City.


Wayne and Lucien are turning 16 and prepare for their second year of high-school, but Wayne accidentally set the bomb off around Soap City. Now Wayne and Lucien must escape from Soap City to prepare for an adventure.


16 years old, Wayne and Lucien are preparing for school on their 16th birthday party. But Wayne is uncomfortable being around so many people he hardly knows, so Horace (Steve Carell) accompanies him to a convenience store for father-son bonding.

At the convenience store, Horace's reveals that Walter Winkle (Ricky Gervais) is offers him a promotion to the assistant manager if Wayne agrees to marry Wendy, but Wayne's scared and refused until there it is.



  • The Cramp Twins Movie released in the United States on August 22, 2014.


  • This is the first film to feature the full 2011 Shires opening logo as a closing logo.
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