If you hunger for four times the recommended daily allowance of Michael Keaton, this one's for you. At best, MULTIPLICITY plays like an inferior variation on GROUNDHOG DAY -- which, like this film, was directed by Second City
alum Harold Ramis. There aren't enough
hours in the day for Doug Kinney (Keaton) to do it all: Excel at work, spend quality time with his lovely wife (Andie MacDowell) and children, and spare the occasional moment for himself. So when a genial mad doctor (Harris Yulin) points out the time-management advantages of getting cloned, Doug
goes for it. Repeatedly. Despite the obvious potential for comic disaster, the results are only intermit...