Comedy • R • 2011 • 1 hr 52 min
It’s like a Freaky Friday, but for my demographic. Every scene with the children was hilarious.
Quite okay.... Just fun .... One time watch
Reynolds and Bateman are a genius comedic duo.
Freaky friday concept but with men, bateman and reynolds worked great together to make it funny. a little trashy at times
Comedic and great. Another great film in which both male leads are hilarious typical Ryan Reynolds making us laugh
Honestly funnier than I anticipated. Solid cast with some great one liners.
I like the leads and it has a nice grass is greener message. Nudity didn’t bother me either. Just some of the humor felt forced raunchy.
A different adaptation of freaky friday & switching places
Same story, great cast. Much funnier than most body swap movies
Great actors, but other than that, forgettable!
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