I must have a thing for body swap stories because I've liked nearly every film with this premise. 1987-88 was the peak year for this type of flick and you had a bunch of good ones: Like Father, Like Son, Vice Versa, and Big all came out that fall, spring, and summer. 18 Again is the one that came and went. It lasted about three weeks in theatres and then disappeared. The thing is, I think I like this one more than the others that I've mentioned. Maybe it's because George Burns is in it, maybe it's because of the gorgeous Anita Morris, or maybe it's the idea of being an older man getting a second chance at youth. It's possible that all of the above contribute to the appeal. Regardless, when I want to watch a movie in this genre, 9 times out of 10, I stick in 18 Again and enjoy it every time. It's not the best of the genre but it's probably the most fun.