This is a Disney Channel movie about two teenage girls, one an ordinary high school girl and the other a top teen model, who meet and switch places.

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Eric Singer
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Herself (as Vendela)
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Lisa Ng ...
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Ann Turnbull ...
Alex's Mom
Scott McCord ...
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Storyline

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 Stephanie

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TV-G
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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Justin Timberlake's film debut. See more »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

Janine Adams: 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.
Alex Burroughs: You really think we can pull this off.
Janine Adams: As easily as an angora sweater during a quick change.
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Connections

Referenced in City Guys: Model Behavior (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

Power to the Meek
(uncredited)
Written by Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart
Performed by Eurythmics
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Model Perfect
7 April 2001 | by (Philadelphia, PA USA) – See all my reviews

This is the kind of film that just makes you feel good. I loved it from beginning to end and just thought it was wonderful. It's rare nowadays to find a film where there's no profanity, nudity, or violence but this film contains none of that and is perfect for the entire family to watch.


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