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  • Actors: Jamie Lee Curtis, Lindsay Lohan, Mark Harmon, Harold Gould, Chad Michael Murray
  • Directors: Mark Waters
  • Writers: Heather Hach, Leslie Dixon, Mary Rodgers
  • Producers: Andrew Gunn, Ann Marie Sanderlin, Mario Iscovich
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Icelandic
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 26 April 2004
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001CVAME
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,793 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A 2003 remake of the 1977 teen fantasy comedy. Disgruntled teen Anna Coleman (Lindsay Lohan) and her uptight mother Tess (Jamie Lee Curtis) wake up one morning to find that they are trapped in each other's bodies. In order to reclaim their own body, they must come to a greater understanding of one another.

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In the wonderfully entertaining Freaky Friday, teenager Anna (Lindsay Lohan) and her fortysomething psychiatrist mum Tess (Jamie Lee Curtis) have sunk into a rut of frustrated bickering--until a magic spell causes them to switch bodies. Suddenly Tess finds herself faced with petty teachers, vicious rivals and a hunky boy, while Anna has to cope with her mother's neurotic patients as well as her befuddled fiancé (Mark Harmon), who doesn't understand why his bride-to-be is suddenly recoiling from his embrace on the eve of their wedding. Both Lohan and Curtis turn in deft, delightful performances, with Curtis showing a surprising flair for physical comedy. The movie even manages to explore serious issues about fractured families, new parents and adolescent sexuality with honesty and empathy--and without making the story stop dead in its tracks. This 2003 remake of the 1977 original is a mother-daughter film that fathers and sons can enjoy just as much. --Bret Fetzer

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In this 2003 fantasy comedy remake focusing on the ’generation gap’ between soon to be remarried Tess Coleman[Jamie Lee Curtis] an under pressure psychiatrist and her self centred and rebellious teenage daughter Anna [Lindsay Lohan]. Needless to say they can't see eye to eye with each other. When a magical fortune cookie causes them to swap bodies for 24 hours, they are forced to come to terms with one another .
The single disc opens language menu offering English and 6 European languages, then goes to a trailer before the main menu of play, scenes selection, set up [languages again and subtitles] and bonus material [bloopers, deleted scenes, alternate endings, music video, pinkslip rocks and backstage with Lindsay].
Although covered twice before this does have a differing spin to it and remains fresh and entertaining throughout. With plenty of over the top sitcom fun, it’s typical family Disney fare so is good entertainment for young and older alike.
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I really felt quite embarrassed when I rented this out - I'm 22 and there I was renting a disney film! However, after reading the back of the case, I was compelled to watch it as the plot really appealed to me! I didn't expect to think much of this film but it actually turned out to be absolutely gorgeous and had me laughing out loud and even a bit misty eyed in places!
I was truly bowled over by the acting ability of Lindsey Lohan who was extremely convincing in her portrayal of a 40-something woman trapped inside a teenage girls body and Jamie Lee Curtis had me in stitches spouting out teenage slang which just seemed so strange coming out of her mouth!
I loved this film and could watch it time and time again, it's a feel good film for the girls and definitely one to watch with your mum!
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This is one of the most entertaining comedies I have seen in a long time. I started smiling from the start up tune "Happy Together" by the Turtles and didn't stop until long after Simple Plan finished their version at the end.
Jamie Lee Curtis is absolutely brilliant as Tess Coleman, a harried psychiatrist with two children, about to remarry after the death of her husband. Lindsay Lohan plays her daughter Anna, a rebellious teenager who can't see eye to eye with her mother.
Comparing the Lindsay Lohan of this movie with the wafer thin girl she has become, it should be noted that she looked so much prettier, happier and healthier then, that I wish she'd look back at this movie and go out and eat something.
You already know that this is a "switch" movie, and thanks to Lucille Soong as an interfering old woman, the switch is done with the crisp snap of a fortune cookie. Both Curtis and Lohan handle the change in their characters admirably, and soon both Tess and Anna get a first hand understanding of each other's rather complicated lives.
Mark Harmon has a supporting role as Tess' fiancé Ryan, and Chad Michael Murray plays Anna's love interest Jake, but this movie is all about the female leads as they get a new perspective, earn each other's respect and generally change each other, while at the same time delivering the laughs.
Tess and Anna switch
Fortune cookie lets them be
"Happy Together"
Amanda Richards
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its not bad as remakes go actually we did all watch and enjoyed some parts made me cringe as didnt think necessary in age appropriate film but prob just me.. we all seen original and all children agree the first one bit more funnier prob although her voice fills me with horror i would buy and watch and the original both deserve place i think another remake is needed also why not
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We all laughed a lot, although about half way through my teenage kids found it almost unbearable to watch! Jamie Lee Curtis in particular gave a very convincing and funny performance as a teenager trapped in her mother's body for the day. Very enjoyable.
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Freaky Friday could probably been viewed as a sharp satire on modern society, a statement about mother-daughter relationships, or even a proclamation on the need for better communication. Whether it is or isn't hardly matters, because either way, Freaky Friday is probably one of the most delightful, entertaining comedies to come out in recent years. This is a snappy comedy that hits the mark again and again with its on-target observations about youth and middle-age.
Jamie Lee Curtis is on the top of her game, as Dr. Tess Coleman, a psychotherapist who is desperately trying to keep it together at home as she prepares for her upcoming marriage, while also battling the demands of her anxious patients. Tess's rebellious, puckish daughter Anna (Lindsay Lohan) is causing Tess no end of trouble. Anna won't get up for school in the morning, she plays loud music in the basement with her rock band, and she is constantly fighting with her younger brother, Harry (Ryan Malgarini). Anna thinks that her Mum is old fashioned and stodgy, a well-meaning control freak who just can't go with flow or understand the pressures that weigh upon her slender shoulders. Where mother and daughter really differ is in their views of Ryan (Mark Harmon), who is about to marry Tess.
Their disagreements erupt into a major mother-daughter shouting match one evening in the back of a Chinese restaurant. The restaurant owner's mother (Lucille Soong) sees what is going on and offers them some magical fortune cookies. The next morning - Freaky Friday - mother and daughter find themselves inhabiting each other's bodies. Since Tess's wedding is Saturday, they are under considerable pressure to switch back.
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