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Disney's FREAKY FRIDAY is the extremely funny and heartwarming comedy everyone will love. Dr. Tess Coleman (Jamie Lee Curtis) and her teenage daughter Anna (Lindsay Lohan) have one thing in common -- they don't relate to each other on anything. Not clothes or men or Anna's passion to be in a rock band. Nothing. Then one night a little mystic mayhem changes their lives and they wake up to the biggest freak-out ever. Tess and Anna are trapped inside each other's body! But Tess's wedding is Saturday and the two must find a way to switch back -- fast! Literally forced to walk in each other's shoes, will they gain respect and understanding for the other's point of view?
Jamie Curtis, Lindsay Lohan, Harold Gould, Chad Murray, Stephen Tobolowsky, Christina Vidal, Ryan Malgarini, Haley Hudson, Rosalind Chao, Lucille Soong, Willie Garson, Dina Waters, Julie Gonzalo, Mark Harmon, Christina Walter, Lu Elrod, Heather Hach, Lorna Scott, Chris Carlberg, Danny Rubin, Hayden Tank, Cayden Boyd, Marc McClure, Chris Heuisler, Jeffrey Marcus, Jacqueline Heinze, Mary Trainor, Erica Gimpel, William Caploe, Daniel Raymont, Veronica Brooks, Lee Burns, Amir Derakh, Zoe Waters
© 2003 Disney Enterprises, Inc.
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Critics Consensus: Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan charm in Mark Waters' nicely pitched -- and Disney's second -- remake of the 1976 hit.
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Mother-daughter switch is fun comedic chaos.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Freaky Friday is a switched-identities comedy that will appeal to older kids, tweens, and teens alike. It's a good movie for families to watch together, as it will spark shared laughter and possible lively conversation about parent-child relationships. There is some very mild sexual innuendo as filmmakers skillfully handle the awkward moments when the teen girl in her mom’s body and the mom in her teen's body are confronted with potentially romantic moments with the two male love interests. Occasional swearing is used to help define the characters as they adapt to their new and unfamiliar roles ("Oh, my God!" "We’re screwed," "harlot," "hell," "fart," "it sucks"). Two earthquakes shake things up a bit, but no one is hurt.
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- Genre:Comedy, Family, Fantasy
- Release Date:August 6, 2003
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
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