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 »
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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It's one of those movies you feel like you have to watch, but then end up hating it even more when you finish it. That's how it was for me at least. Okay, at the time Model Behavior came out I was into *NSYNC (there's my mistake). Anyway, I watched Model Behavior on the Disney Channel since you can turn your TV on at any given time and see it on that station. Well I knew the movie would be a flop, and it sure seemed like it would be. It's real popular with those 12-16 year olds I think because it stars Justin Timberlake of *NSYNC. But do they not notice Mr. Timberlake doesn't have an acting bone in his body? His acting skills are, how do I say this nicely, bad. Okay that wasn't nice but it's the truth. He couldn't act his way out of a paper bag. But I think Maggie Lawson did do a good job as acting as both Janine and Alex, a hard role to accomplish. Kathie Lee Gifford and her little annoying son did nothing for this movie. In my opinion, out of four stars this movie gets 1 star.
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