Henry Roth is a man afraid of commitment up until he meets the beautiful Lucy. They hit it off and Henry think he's finally found the girl of his dreams, until he discovers she has short-term memory loss and forgets him the next day.
Jessica Spencer is the hottest, most popular girl in high school. Jessica, her best friend April, and a couple of other hot girls Lulu and Keecia visit the mall to hang out and do some shopping. They enter a new age store, where they check out a pair of ancient earrings. Unbeknownst to Jessica, these are magical ones set in ancient Abyssinia. A princess known as Princess Nawa is disgusted by the groom of her arranged marriage and switches bodies with a slave girl by means of an enchanted set of earrings. Since the earrings are not for sale, Jessica steals them. But the next morning she gets a big dose of reality when she wakes up in the body of a 30-something lowlife male, Clive, a career criminal. Clive finds himself in Jessica's body. Now it's up to Jessica (in Clive's body) to find a way to get her body back, while Clive (in Jessica's body) takes advantage of his new body to set in motion a crime spree to put the blame on Jessica!Written by
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When Jake speaks to April after his skiing trip, he very obviously has love bites all over his neck, yet whilst changing after the football game only a few moments later, there is no sign of any of them. See more »
I just saw this movie and I really liked it. It is funny, and yes, painful at times. But it has an interesting message - there is a scene where Jessica's little brother Booger is running after the family in the red high heels. Does his parents have a fit? No. His dad says, "if you are going to wear those, you better learn to run in them." Accepting and warning at the same time. You also notice at the end of the movie that the girls that were enemies at the beginning of the movie, have become friends by the end. They overcome their differences, work together, and resolve a problem.
This is a good movie, and I recommend it. Not every film you watch has to be Oscar level. Entertainment and education can come in many forms.
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