Opens with Alex at a party where she and her friend Sharon discuss Alex wanting to go to a ball with Eric Singer. When Alex tries to talk to him he tells her to move out of the way and is ... See full summary »
An African American college basketball star becomes the head coach of a yeshiva's struggling basketball team in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, after a knee injury forces him to leave the game. Based on the true story of Lamont Carr.
Alex D. Linz,
Richard T. Jones,
Susie Q and her boyfriend were on their way to a dance one night when they got into a car crash and fell off a bridge. Years later, a teenager named Zach Sands, recovering from his father's... See full summary »
Amy Jo Johnson,
Opens with Alex at a party where she and her friend Sharon discuss Alex wanting to go to a ball with Eric Singer. When Alex tries to talk to him he tells her to move out of the way and is laughed at by some girls at the party. She gets home to her angry father who wants her to go into business and says she needs to go to sleep to get good grades so she can get into Harvard. She goes into her room and looks at a fashion magazine and wishes she could be a model. Next scene shows Janine ordering Chinese whose mother comes in and orders her something healthier. Her mother then announces that she is going away for a couple weeks and Janine is thrilled. Janine goes into her room and sees herself on TV. Written by
When Alex and Jason are watching the meteor shower, Alex asks if meteors are like shooting stars that you can make a wish on. Jason replies with "Sure". Meteors aren't like' shooting stars, they are shooting stars. See more »
We'll, uh, we'll switch for a week. Until Friday. All we have to do is swap the key stats of our lives and voila.
You really think we can pull this off.
As easily as an angora sweater during a quick change.
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"Model Behavior" is a movie about where a super model and a regular teen switch places. I kept watching this because it wasn't like "Freaky Friday" or "Wish upon a Star", those are about when the characters make a wish to trade places and it 'magically' happens. This is where the people look alike. That is what kept me watching. I also liked it because of the way it was written. If I told you what happened, I would be spoiling it, so I will just tell you that much. But my other likeness of this was how well Maggie Lawson came upon the roles of BOTH characters. She made it seem so real. And how they put the two pictures together was amazing because it actually looked like there were two people there. So I give this a 9 out of 10 for only a few minor problems. P. S. I hope I am not confusing the reader
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