In this contemporary reality-warp comedy, single playboy Mitch and responsible husband-father Dave are best buddies who want each other’s life — and they get the chance when they magically swap bodies after a night of drunken revelry.
Alright. In the interest of full disclosure, I feel that should admit upfront that I typically am not drawn to films like this one, even when it’s a free screening (which this was). However, since this
If you fling poo in the first scene of your movie, you’ve established both your tone and your target audience. The Change-Up, which does just that, thereafter seldom wavers from its bold mission statement
This movie was embarrassingly bad. The only redeeming quality it had was having Reynolds and Bateman play against type. They were really great at playing each other and managed to pull off a few laughs… read review