Triple-bill of Arnold Schwarzenegger action. In 'Twins' (1989), Danny DeVito and Schwarzenegger play twins (the result of a government genetic experiment) separated at birth. While one is the 'perfect' human specimen, the other is a pint-sized car-thief. When reunited many years later, they both teach each other a thing or two as they set out to find their mother and avoid a hitman. In 'Kindergarten Cop' (1990), while on the trail of a psychopath, tough L.A. cop John Kimble (Schwarzenegger) goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher. He soon discovers that controlling a class of twenty-three small children may be his toughest assignment yet, but gradually earns the respect both of his pupils and an attractive female colleague (Penelope Ann Miller). Finally, in 'True Lies' (1994), Schwarzenegger stars as US secret agent Harry Tasker. Tasker's bored housewife, Helen (Jamie Lee Curtis), believes her husband to be a salesman, blissfully unaware of his espionage activities even after fifteen years of marriage. Suspecting Helen of conducting an affair, Harry uses all the resources at his disposal to find out what's going on. He is shocked to discover that she is falling for used car salesman Simon (Bill Paxton), who has wooed her by claiming to be a spy! However, when Helen and Harry are both captured by a gang of Arab terrorists, he is forced to reveal his true profession.