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New York Times - A. O. Scott (08/06/2003)
USA Today - Claudia Puig (08/06/2003)
Los Angeles Times - Manohla Dargis (08/08/2003)
Entertainment Weekly - Lisa Schwarzbaum (08/08/2003)
Box Office - Francesca Dinglasan (09/01/2003)
Sight and Sound - Vicky Wilson (12/31/2003)
Total Film - Neil Smith (01/01/2004)
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert (12/12/2003)
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- neesie07407Oct 14, 2009by
Cute movie. I bought it for my teenage daughter and am very satisfied. The movie is fairly clean, which is always a plus.
- 859263940@delet...Mar 8, 2009by
My two girls love it and they kept watching it everytime we went to his mom's so she ended up buying it for them through me love watch it about twice a day. It's a funny family movie and it's good for the kids.
- 7772joboFeb 5, 2009by
I love this movie. Its cute it makes you laugh. Mark Harmon is great in it. The music at the end is good. Its a great upbeat family movie. If you are having a bad day watch this movie it will put a smile on your face.
- lenanneOct 6, 2006by
Love the movie, it is so clever and Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan are perfect in their roles and pull off imitating mother/daughter so perfectly. It is very funny with good music to boot.
- cfe56256151293b...Sep 24, 2006by
This is a good movie. Stars in this film, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lindsay Lohan, Mark Harmon and others. A remake of the older version, Curtis and Lohan are mother and daughter, who don't understand each other. Lohan is a rocker, and Curtis is a buisness woman who is getting married to some guy (Mark Harmon). Curtis and Lohan find themselves in each others body. Another problem, the mom is supposed to get married that night!