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Freaky Friday

Freaky Friday
Freaky Friday




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Imagine what it would be like if you switched bodies with your mum. That's the weird but fun-filled scenario experienced by self-obsessed teen Anna Coleman in this frothy remake of a 1977 Disney comedy. Unable to see eye-to-eye with overbearing mother Tess, the 15-year-old gets into a row with her at a local Chinese restaurant - only for a cheeky bit of magic to bring about their hilarious body-swap. And if that wasn't problematic enough, Tess is set to remarry within days - while Anna's rock band has a crucial gig to play.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language

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