Originally made for American TV, Switching Goals
stars Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen as super-identical twins who are actually total opposites. OK, it's not the freshest concept in the universe, but the teen divas (who also exec produce--as they did in their Passport to Paris
) are an undeniable favourite with little girls. Here, they're Sam, the athletic one, and Emma, the fashion-conscious one. Their indulgent dad (Eric Lutes) coaches a soccer team and their workaholic mother (Kathryn Greenwood) is a psychologist. Look for a switch, the truth to be revealed, and all to end well. This TV movie should appeal to girls between 4 and 10, especially if any of them are handy on the soccer pitch.--N.F. Mendoza, Amazon.com
The Olsen twins ('Full House' and 'Billboard Dad') are back, this time as Sam and Emma Stanton, twin sisters who are identical in looks but not character. Sam (Mary-Kate) is a tomboy and a soccer star and Emma is more interested in her clothes that her on-pitch skills. The twins are signed up to teams: Emma (due to their Mum's insistence) to the team coached by their father (Eric Lutes) whilst Sam finds herself in a team where she is a better player than the coach. As everyone is unhappy with this arrangement the sisters decide to switch teams for an important tournament, but in order to do this they also have to switch personalities and this is when the fun begins.