In this episode of "Aasha Rewinds," Social Media Manager Aasha Collins takes us back to one of the greatest Oscars snub of all time: "The Parent Trap." From fencing to ear piercing to very questionable parenting decisions, this is your place to duke out all "The Parent Trap" debates you wish you'd had the first time seeing this classic. "The Parent Trap" was Lindsay Lohan's big-screen debut, and it's about time we all sat down and gave this movie the consideration it deserves. Tell us what you think below:
She was a fashion icon, she was a feminist and she even had a personal assistant at age 26! Meredith Blake was clearly trying to live her best life. If a man was marrying a woman for her money, would anyone think twice? Probs not. Instead, Meredith is portrayed as heartless, when really she was just trying to secure the bag. Meredith Blake is far from a villain; she is fabulous.
Hallie and Annie's mom, Elizabeth James, lives in London and designs wedding dresses for a living. But their father, Nick Parker, owns an entire vineyard in the Napa Valley wine region of California, complete with a pool, horses and more. Hallie and Annie ultimately get to live in both places with each respective parent, but which parent—and which home—is ultimately best?
They separated their twins shortly after birth because their marriage became toxic...and proceeded to lie to those twins for their entire lives. Sure, Liz and Nick give Hallie and Annie everything when it comes to wealth, but can anything ever replace the knowledge of your twin sister's existence?
Her movie debut involved playing two roles in the same movie. Since then, she's given us "Freaky Friday," "Herbie: Fully Loaded," "Mean Girls," and, of course, shown us how to actually party in Mykonos. Lohan is the unsung hero of this generation.