Dave is a married man with two kids and a loving wife , and Mitch is a single man who is at the prime of his sexual life. One fateful night while Mitch and Dave are peeing in a fountain when lightning strikes and they switch bodies.
Paul is an ordinary man who is at the end of his rope. He hates his job, his beautiful wife has left him, and his mother and gay, Buddhist-monk brother constantly remind him of his shortcomings. Although Paul doesn't know it yet, his life is about to change in a big way. Written by
At the end of the film, when Neil puts the nest back on the building, a chunk of the plastic bag is left on the metal hooks of the ledge. When the bird comes back the plastic it is gone, and the nest has miraculously moved from the left side to the middle of the ledge. See more »
[on answering machine]
Paul, it's Christine. Listen, I'm sorry that I hurt you. I never meant for this to happen. I feel like you've been pushing away for that last two years. I love you Paul, but, I want more in my life. Goodbye.
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I really liked this movie. It kept my attention throughout the whole movie. It started out strong and ended strong. I liked the spiritual nature of the movie. I really like the "spiritual" quotes throughout the movie. I liked the mix of some comedy with the spiritual drama. This made it more interesting. There was only one short time where there was inappropriate content for young kids. This is much better than most movies nowadays. Rob Schneider did a good job in his serious role. I think Rob Schneider should consider more movies such as this one. I noticed he wrote the movie. I think people should keep an open mind and give this movie a chance!
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