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Freaky Friday (1995)

Annabelle and Ellen both have a hard time getting along with each other. One day on Friday the 13th. They both wear the magical necklaces that switches both of their bodies for a day.

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Ellen Andrews
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Dana 'Dinky' Barb
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Frieda Debny
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Mr. Sweet
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Stan Horner
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Leanne Futterman
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Herbie
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Cary
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Bill Davidson
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Mrs. Tarr
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Bully Kid (as E.J. De La Pena)
Mandy Douglas ...
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Annabelle and Ellen both have a hard time getting along with each other. One day on Friday the 13th. They both wear the magical necklaces that switches both of their bodies for a day.

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Annabelle legnagyobb kívánsága  »

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Annabelle Andrews: Great! So you can help me?
Master Lee: No.
Annabelle Andrews: No? What do you mean "no"? You said you could read Chinese.
Master Lee: No, He does.
Annabelle Andrews: He who?
Master Lee: He Ho.
Annabelle Andrews: "He Ho"? Who he?
Master Lee: He Ho Lee, my grandfather.
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The American Version is Better
6 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

Great role for Gaby Hoffman! My family enjoyed this one quite a bit. At times, tears came to our eyes! Shelley Long also does well, as does the rest of the cast. I did expect the movie to be a bit closer to the original, but I believe that they were trying to portray the actual events, not the writings such as what the first was based upon. - - THIS SHOWS HOW PARENTS NEED TO BE PART OF A CHILD'S LIFE. ALL DEAD BEAT PARENTS NEED TO SEE THIS! - FUN!I am a huge fan of the remake of Freaky Friday, and I decided to rent the second remake, the supposedly much better and funnier version. The idea was nice, a very good and original plot, but nothing about this movie was funny enough to keep me laughing. The sounds and music were scary at some times, but i was expecting more laugh out loud humor. Freaky Friday seemed short and predictable too me but that was probably because the American remake version added lots more stuff and funnier jokes to it that this movie didn't have. I think that the Jamie Lee Curtis/Lindsay Lohan version and the original movie starring Jodie Foster and Barbara Harris. 6/10


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