The Change-Up [Blu-ray]
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Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman star in the outrageous comedy from the director of Wedding Crashers and the writers of The Hangover. One drunken night, two friends admit that they wish they had the other’s life. Mitch (Reynolds) thinks Dave has it all: a beautiful, loving family and a high-paying job at a prestigious law firm. But Dave (Bateman) thinks Mitch’s stress-free life without obligation or consequence is the real dream come true. The next morning they wake up, hungover, in each other’s bodies, and proceed to freak out! With time not on their side, Mitch and Dave comically struggle to avoid completely destroying each other’s lives before they can find a way to get their old ones back.
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One day, when they announce their wish simultaneously to a magic fountain, they trade places. Mitch gets to live like Dave, and Dave gets to live like Mitch. They both find out that the other person's life is not so neat & tidy & easy as they assumed it would be. One thing that is clear is that the situations are ripe for a great many laughs!!
The primary reason I bought this film was the inclusion of Olivia Wilde. After seeing her in the recent TRON movie, I was "hooked." She does not disappoint as the sultry Sabrina. Dave has always had an infatuation for her, but he's married. However......what about if he dates her as Mitch? Does that "count" as adultery.....given that he's no longer the same person? Hmmmm......what is not in dispute is that, for myself, I'm Wilde about Olvia! I am presently binge-watching her movies.
If you want a different kind of Romantic comedy, one that actually includes a married couple (whoa!) & is on the raunchy side, then this flick might be just for you. While I am not huge on bathroom humor, I will say this flick had the funniest BH I've ever seen & they didn't over-do it. If you're a middle aged fellow (like myself) then you will find this romp particularly poignant!
Of course, let's not forget about the women in this movie; Leslie Mann and Olivia Wilde. Leslie Mann is, in my opinion, a brilliant actress in these types of roles (she was great in "Knocked Up" and "Big Daddy" (Hooters girl)). Olivia Wilde always does a great job portraying the "serious professional office worker" with a secret - a tiny slip of a tattoo to let you now she's not "all business".
Lastly, the writer for the "twin babies" should have received an award for these two. The mischief these two get into is hysterical on its own.