The Parent Trap, Lindsay Lohan, Natasha Richardson

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Don't you just love it when actors revisit some of their best roles (even if they're from more than a decade ago)?

Lindsay Lohan paid homage to one of her best movies, The Parent Trap, in a Dubsmash Thursday and made all our dreams come true. Let's travel back to Camp Walden, a sleep away camp for girls where Annie James and Hallie Parker would meet and learn that their parents separated them when they got divorced. At first, if you recall, they didn't get along, and basically went back and forth pranking each other in order to bring the other down in the ultimate rivalry.

"Actually, we're all quite fine in here, unless Hallie Parker knows something we don't know," Lohan's Annie character says in the film, which real-life Lohan mimes in her Instagram Dubsmash. Annie says the line to the Marvas after realizing Hallie and her pals completely boobie trapped and trashed her cabin.

Devious little devils!

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St. Patrick's Day really brought out the nostalgia for Lohan, as she also shared a photo of herself as young Annie, wearing her famous brown plaid suit. "Happy #St.Patrick'sDayReds May your blessings out number the shamrocks that grow. And may trouble avoid you wherever you go," she captioned the cute pic.

Lohan recently opened up to The Sun about how London has really helped her turn her life around, and it shows. She dished on her boyfriend Egor Tarabosov, revealed that all "toxic forces" have been removed from her life and even admitted she felt sorry for Justin Bieber when he was going through his Hollywood turmoil. While it was a load of news to take in all at once, it was wonderful hearing how great she's doing—and bonus: she's so happy she's sharing happy memories, like The Parent Trap.

Now if only we could get a clip of her epic handshake with Martin. 

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