5 Olsen Twins Movies You Can Watch Online

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Way back in 2015, it was announced that Nickelodeon had bought the rights to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's movies, TV shows, and specials, and we all rejoiced. There was news that you'd be able to go to a special section of Nick's website to stream all those Olsen classics, from Winning London to Our Lips Are Sealed. But two years later, that site seems to be defunct, and it's pretty darn hard to watch Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen movies online. Unless you know where to look, that is.

That's because in addition to not streaming on any network's website, these movis are also not available on the most common streaming services, Netflix or Hulu. I know I let out a pretty big sigh of disappointment when I read "Your search for 'Mary-Kate Olsen' did not have any matches," on Netflix. Nothing? Not a single movie or episode?

Alas, it looks like to only way to get nostalgia fix of the young Olsen twins' personality-defining hairstyle juxtapositions and bizarrely patterned pants is to shell out (tiny increments of) the dough. Unfortunately, only a few Olsen twins movies are even available to stream online, and all of the streaming options for them cost a few bucks. But that might be a small price to pay to relive your childhood and tween moments with a few of the Olsen's classic movies.

'Winning London'
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This one is perhaps the best-known of the Olsen twins' straight-to-video movies. The twins are off to London for a Model United Nations competition and they meet the cutest boy that has ever been in an Olsen twins movie: Jesse Spencer.

Where to watch: iTunes, for $9.99.

'Passport To Paris'
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In this delightful adventure, the twins play the granddaughters of the U.S. Ambassador to France, naturally. They galavant around Paris and ride mopeds and meet a fashion model and wear a variety of very ugly purses. It's a blast.

Where to watch: iTunes, YouTube, Amazon Video, Vudu, and Google Play.

'Switching Goals'
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This one is a classic identity-swapping plot, where Mary-Kate plays tomboy Sam and Ashley plays girly-girl Emma (thereby representing all two types of girls in the world). The two want to be known for more than just their stereotypes, so they pretend to be each other, all within the setting of little league soccer. It's so fun, guys.

Where to watch: YouTube, Amazon Video, Vudu, and Google Play.

'Billboard Dad'
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Oh man, this is the one where the Olsen twins somehow paint a photo-realistic portrait of their dad on a billboard (or glue it? I don't know) to advertise him for dates. Also there's a high-dive subplot and a pesky skater step-brother with a good heart.

Where to watch: YouTube, Amazon Video, Vudu, and Google Play.

'New York Minute'
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This one was the biggie, the one where Mary-Kate and Ashley jumped all the way to the big screen for a theatrical release. Now, I don't think it's fair to remind anyone how well the movie ended up doing at the box office, but it was definitely exciting for fans of the Olsen twins: they were so grown up, gallivanting around New York being busy and important and chic. Relive that magic today.

Where to watch: Amazon Video, Vudu

If you figure out where to watch gems like Getting There, Our Lips Are Sealed, and Holiday In The Sun, you better let me know.