Freaky Friday Theatrical Review
Anna Coleman and her mother, Tess, never seem to understand each other. They both seem to always shout instead of speak to each other, and they never seem to get along. If only they could step into each others shoes and understand what the other is going through? Well, on the Friday before Tess's wedding, all of these things are about to change with a magical fortune cookie.
The resulting chaos of having Tess in Anna's body and Anna in Tess's body is pure joy. However, at the end of the day both come to understand each other and have a closer relationship. The movie is perfect in everyway. The soundtrack is very hip with very catchy songs (and even has one that is performed by Lohan herself). The performances by Curtis and Lohan are out of this world, and will have you laughing out loud (I know I did!). Freaky Friday is directed by director Mark S. Waters who also directed Lohan in another teen comedy, Mean Girls.
Disney has produced an outstanding DVD version of Freaky Friday. The picture quality is unbelievable and color tones are in perfect order. The DVD contains deleted scenes, an alternate ending, bloopers, two music videos, and a backstage set tour with the delightful Lindsey Lohan.
MPAA Rating: PG
Running Time: 97 minutes
Distributed By: Walt Disney Pictures
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