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Freaky Friday

Jamie Lee Curtis , Lindsay Lohan , Mark Waters    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)
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1.0 out of 5 stars overrated and awful Jan. 19 2004
In this overrated flick from Disney, Jamie Lee Curtis and Linday Lohan play a mother and daugher who have their personaalities switched after eating Chinese food. The problem is that Anna the daughter is a spoiled brat of a teen and you loathe her instatntly. The mom Trish I think, has real problems and real issues. Anna cares only about herself and her social life and seeing her lighten up her mother's life is horrifying Trish does better as Anna but we dislike Anna already so she has a handicap. There is also an impossably bratty younger brother and a lame attempt at a romantic rivalry for anna's affections. I hope both the stars go on to bigger and better things but this movie will be a dead spot in their careers.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Average Flick July 8 2004
By Gina
I have to say I liked the book better. The movie is kind of shallow. I like Lindsay Lohan a lot, but for some reason this movie didn't serve a purpose for me.
They twisted the story of the book, which was much better might I add, to make 'Anna' a rebel punk rocker with a bad attitude and a belly button ring. I think I may have appreciated this movie more if it had some more meaning.
Some parts of the movie were really good and some parts were kind of stinky. No offense, but after Chad Michael Murray's character entered the movie, that's when the movie got boring. That's the word. Boring. Not bad, just kind of boring.
Don't get me wrong though, it's a lot better than that Lizzie Maguire movie and What A Girl Wants, and I guess maybe littler kids might like it more than I did. But here's the breakdown.....
THE MOVIE: Definitely worth watching, Definitely worth checking out of the library, Worth renting, Maybe not worth buying until you've seen it.
AGES?: 4-6, probably wouldn't get it. 7-9 May like it. 10-13 - my age group....It was okay...kind of predictable. 13+ - most likely will find it boring.
MOVIE RECOMMENDATIONS: Mean Girls (PG-13) for younger kids, The Parent Trap and Cheaper By The Dozen.
OTHER: I recommend Freaky Friday, the book, wholeheartedly.
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I really enjoyed "Freaky Friday" and as entertainment goes this is perfectly fine. I didn't go into this expecting much more than a couple of laughs and a general feeling of coziness and comfort. And that's exactly what I got. If you're looking for something more complex, you're looking in the wrong direction, this is all about having a good time.
Now, as for the performances, Jamie Lee Curtis pretty much steals evey scene she's in. She is absolutely hysterical and very beliavable as the teenage version of Anna. She nails the speech patterns and physical movements and you really feel that she *is* trapped in this body. Lindsey Lohan is good too, although I didn't completely buy her as the grown-up the entire time. In a couple of scenes she moved just like her teen self and not the mother she was supposed to be portraying. Though her charm and charisma more than made up for it in the end and it wasn't something I stared myself blind at. As for the rest of the cast, they were all fine, but they were thrown a bit to the side by the lead actresses performances. I didn't have a problem with that, because frankly, it was their show.
I liked the extra feature, "Backstage Pass with Lindsey Lohan", too. It's always nice to see what goes on behind the scenes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Movie Ever! June 29 2004
I loved this movie, the actors, the story, the directing, everything was so well put together! I love the soundtrack, it has all the best up-coming bands and singers! Lindsay Lohan gives a great performance as she goes from the angry teenager to a busy mother that has to much on her plate! Jamie Lee Curtis does a wonderful job going from a "understanding" mother to a daughter that has problems with school and the band that the daughter is a member of, called "pink slip".
Jamie Lee Curtis plays Tess, a psychiatrist who is planning her wedding that is coming in a couple days while she trys to undertand what is bothering her daughter, Anna, played by Lindsay Lohan. Lindsay Lohans character Anna is having a tough time getting threw school without getting to trouble from either a girl that used to be one of Anna's best friends or one of her teachers. But after Anna and Tess go to a asian resturant, with Tess' father, fiance, and her son, everything changes. It all starts with a fight about Anna's band having an audition that same night has the rehersal dinner, then the fortune cookie curse, and the strange earthquake that only Anna and Tess felt, and wake up the next morning in the other's body, everything changes, and they start to understand each other!
I recremend this movie to mothers and daughter's that want to get to now each other better and spend some time together! I also recremend the soundtrack to this movie becuase it has great songs to dance to, sing to, or to just sit and listen to!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Freaky Disney June 26 2004
Freak out is right, Disney has recently been making mostly re-makes of live action movies, and while tat, the animated studios of Disney are making sequels out of classic animated movies, and the orginal animated movies, they are bringing out, will never leave up to the classic animated movies, of 30's, 40's, 50's 60, 80's and up to the middle of the 90's. Clearly it seems to me, that Disney is running out of ideas. Though I do have to amit, they had a good live action movie in the 2004, "Miracle". As the movie opens, a new school year as started for teenager Anna (Lindsay Lohan), and she is failing English, and she ends up in 2 dententions in 1 day. She is also abusive to her little brother ((Ryan Malgarini), and performs with her band in a garage. But when her mom Psychologist Dr. Tess Coleman (Jamie Lee Curtis) finds out that she is failing English, and had 2 dentions, she takes away Anna's door to her bedroom. And she is about to get married to fiance Ryan (Mark Harmon). And when Anna and her band gets a last minute addition at the House of Blues, Anna has to get permission from her mom to attent the addtiton, because it is the next day, during the refreshal, that she has to be at, and she is her mom's maid of honor. And when an employee (Lucille Soong) 2 fortune cookies, and wake up the next day, and Anna is in hjer mother's body, and Tessa is in Ana's body, and the come up with a plan not to tell anybody, and Tessa (Anna) goes to school, and Ana (Tessa) goes to work, they agree to meet at 11:45 A.M. sharp, to go back to the resatuarnt, to see if she can get them back in the right bodies. Truely the song for Disney is "Oops I did it again".
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
nice movie
Published 1 month ago by Tesla Fan
5.0 out of 5 stars Very satisfied!
I'm very satisfied with my purchase. It played without any issues. I love this movie. It's a nice family movie for people of all ages. I recommend it to everyone.
Published 6 months ago by Amélie Gravelle
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Published 9 months ago by Yannick Vezina
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun film!
I borrowed this movie from the library and my daughter loved it. She sometimes likes to watch film over and over again and this was one of them.
Published 11 months ago by J. Holson-Mazzer
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome movie!
I can never get sick of watching this. It's really funny and so enjoyable. I love the song too (take me away)
Published 19 months ago by pickey_reader 101
4.0 out of 5 stars movie
It came on time for Christmas-looks new-haven't watched it yet though. The price was reasonable so I hope it plays o.k
Published 20 months ago by Christina Walton
4.0 out of 5 stars good for kids
it wasn't bad. I liked it better than the original. my daughter loved it and that is who it was for to begin with. so i gave it four stars because she liked it a lot. Read more
Published on June 14 2011 by Harvey Bushey
5.0 out of 5 stars high energy fun
i liked the original Freaky Friday(1976)starring a teenage Jodi Foster
and Barbara Harris.i thought it was sweet,touching,and funny. Read more
Published on Dec 13 2008 by falcon
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome movie!
Great family movie! Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan once again prove what great actresses they are! The movie is very funny and the chemistry between the actors is amazing!
Published on July 11 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars A Fillm for the whole family
I was very happy when I got Freaky Friday for christmas and I enjoy every moment of it. It has a little of everything for the whole family. Read more
Published on July 11 2004 by Rose Jones
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