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Freaky Friday
- Jamie Lee Curtis

Overview - A remake of the 1976 classic, this story of mother-daughter body-switching features impressive and entertaining performances from established star Jamie Lee Curtis and teen actress Lindsey Lohan. Curtis plays Tess Coleman, a widowed psychiatrist juggling her job and family while planning her second marriage.  Read more...

 
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Overview

A remake of the 1976 classic, this story of mother-daughter body-switching features impressive and entertaining performances from established star Jamie Lee Curtis and teen actress Lindsey Lohan. Curtis plays Tess Coleman, a widowed psychiatrist juggling her job and family while planning her second marriage. Lohan plays her rebellious rocker daughter Anna, who disapproves of her mom's wedding plans. Complete opposites, Tess and Anna are forced to understand each other's perspectives when one night, after bickering at a Chinese restaurant, they wake up in each other's bodies under a fortune-cookie curse. A hilarious series of physical comedy routines ensues, as Tess must deal with Anna's high school and Anna must cope with Tess's adult responsibilities. To make matters worse, this all happens on the same day of Tess's rehearsal dinner and Anna's band audition for the House of Blues. In a challenging role that requires her to slouch, curse, and flirt like a teenager, Jamie Lee Curtis is a comic genius.

Cast List

Rolfe Kent - Producer/Composer, MERCY (1996)
Mark Waters
Oliver Wood - Cinematographer
Lindsay Lohan - Actress, THE PARENT TRAP (1998), MEAN GIRLS
Christina Vidal - Child Actress
Jamie Lee Curtis - American actress, HALLOWEEN (1978)
Andrew Gunn - Producer, THE COUNTRY BEARS (2002)
Leslie Dixon - Producer/Screenwriter
Chad Michael Murray - Actor, FREAKY FRIDAY (2003)
Harold Gould - American TV/Film Actor
Heather Hach - Screenwriter, FREAKY FRIDAY (2003)
Mario Iscovich - EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Mary Rodgers - Novelist/Screenwriter
Mark Harmon - Actor
Ryan Mulgarini - Actor, FREAKY FRIDAY (2003)

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 97
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 786936225280
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA) (mild thematic elements and some language)
  • Release Date: June 2015

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Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Switching Roles
Teenage
Doctors
Fairy Tale
Theatrical Release
Remake
Teenagers
Teenage Girls
Based On A Novel

 
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Theatrical Release: August 6, 2003

Reviews:
"...A quick-witted, perfectly modulated family farce with a pair of beautifully matched performances from Ms. Lohan and especially Ms. Curtis, who does some of her best work ever..." - 08/06/2003 New York Times, p.E10


"...Curtis is one of the funniest and most natural screen presences around....It all adds up to belly laughs aplenty and a rollicking good time..." - 08/06/2003 USA Today, p.1D


"...Watching Curtis gently cut loose is one of the low-key pleasures of the winsome generational comedy FREAKY FRIDAY..." - 08/08/2003 Los Angeles Times, p.C1


"...A funny, shrewd, no-bull family comedy....Curtis' empathy with girlhood, and her wry pleasure in womanhood, is all about grace..." - 08/08/2003 Entertainment Weekly, p.50


"...Curtis and Lohan evince exceptional comedic timing and a keen ability to ape one another's characteristics..." - 09/01/2003 Box Office, p.119


"The premise may be magical, but there's enough psychological realism here to give audiences from pre-teens to adults plenty to think about." - 12/31/2003 Sight and Sound, p.43-4


"[L]ively entertainment, thanks largely to the fun Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan have in their roles." - 12/12/2003 Chicago Sun-Times, p.13


"FREAKY FRIDAY remains something of a rarity: a remake that not only lives up to its predecessor, but improves on it." - 01/01/2004 Total Film, p.31

 
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