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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
Amanda Richards, July 25, 2005
The story follows a family days before a widow's wedding to her new fiancé. Daughter and mother are at odds with each other over the upcoming nuptials A trip to the Chinese restaurant and a fortune cookie lead to daughter and mother switching bodies and experiencing each other's lives. It's only when they come to appreciate each other that things change back. I know I'm leaving a lot out; (I usually write detailed synopses in my reviews) but I really want people to watch this movie and experience it for themselves. Disney's Freaky Friday is JUST TOO GOOD TO SPOIL
This movie is a lot of fun; the jokes are hilarious and the music is great. My favorite scenes are the collision in the bedroom between Anna and her Mother. I also liked the talk show sequence and the scenes in the car with some McDonald's fries (I can relate.) Really funny stuff. The updated script is well written and the cinematography is solid.
Disney did a great job of casting their version of Freaky Friday. Each actor and actress is perfectly cast in their roles. Lindsay Lohan gives a strong performance as Anna. For a young actress she handles the dual role very well, making both a convincing teenager and middle aged woman trapped in a teenage body. Jamie Lee Curtis is hilarious in this movie. Her performance here is worth the purchase of the DVD alone; the way she transitions from middle aged woman to hot teenager trapped in a middle aged woman's body are incredible. Her scenes with Chad Michael Murray made the movie for me.Read more ›
Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan are both completely believable and brilliant in their roles in “Freaky Friday” in this role reversal movie. They are crazily spot on in their interpretation of how each other would handle a situation or react. It really is hilarious. The supporting actors are all perfectly casted as well. We still call this the “new Freaky Friday,” even though it was released in 2003, as opposed to the “old Freaky Friday” that was released in 1977 and is the one we grew up with. They really are both good, but this is one of the times when a movie redo turned out even better. If you have not seen this movie, you are missing out. Give it a try. Everyone who has watched it with us has loved it! Have a little extra fun and order Chinese food for dinner. Always lovely to have a reason for a party and making memories!
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Our family loves this movie. Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan are hysterical (even the third or fourth time around). Just a fun, funny good time.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Very cute! Watched with my 13 year old granddaughter...we both liked it.Published 1 month ago by Christy
Super fun movie! Love watching Lindsay and Jamie Lee Curtis. It's frickin hilarious!Published 1 month ago by ButteredMuffin