- Color of my hair:
- My Sign of the zodiac:
- I'm Pisces
- Body features:
- My figure features is quite slim
- What I prefer to drink:
- I like to drink brandy
- My favourite music:
- Other hobbies:
- Riding a horse
To say that lifelong friends Mitch and Dave lead merely different lives is to say that apples and fire hydrants are vaguely dissimilar items. No, Mitch and Dave have massivelypoles apart, contradictory lifestyles. As his father says, his accomplishments can be easily held on a single eyelash. But human beings have been jealous for silly reasons since nearly the dawn of time, and, naturally, each man wants what the other has. Suddenly their wildest—and most sexually perverted—dreams are possible. Not to mention the fact that he can goof off, get high and watch porn whenever he wants.
The R—rated comedy takes the traditional body—switching movie, ties it up tightly and throws it off a cliff. While Dave is an overworked lawyer, husband and father of three, Mitch has remained a single, quasi—employed man—child who has never met a responsibility he liked.
To Mitch, Dave has it all: beautiful wife Jamie Leslie Mannkids who adore him and a high—paying job at a prestigious law firm. You might just think the theme of characters switching bodies has been done a lot and is a tired theme. That film was genuinely funny but with a Disney-style of wholesome entertainment.
It also received our Dove Seal. Unfortunately, there are a lot of foul-mouthed comments in this one, not to mention raunchiness. In addition, the biggest gross-out scene I have seen in a while takes place when a baby shares its load with a character in the film, in the worst possible location, his mouth.
It was interesting, to some extent, to see the usually more reserved Jason Bateman play a character who lets loose after the switch is made. That is a nice touch.
However, the language and raw sexual raunchiness is far removed from the family-friendly arena and therefore this one misses out on our Dove Seal. Content Rating Descriptions.
The latest summer bromance aims squarely for toilet humor, hits its mark
Dove Review You might just think the theme of characters switching bodies has been done a lot and is a tired theme. Content Description Faith: None. Violence: A baby boy is seen twice banging his head repeatedly against his crib; a character swings a samurai sword in his apartment, but does not break anything; a character attempts to strangle another one when he confronts "himself" in another man's body; a man attempts to attack a female city employee but another man pulls him away; a man grabs another man by the collar; a bully pushes a girl hard to the ground in a ballet class; a man gives advice to a girl to "shank" her competitor the next time she pushes her during dance time and he gives her advice to always solve her problems with violence; a woman slaps a man she believes has spilled intimate secrets; a man pushes another man against a wall and tells him to basically grow up; a girl flips another girl on her back; a character races a Go-Kart and bangs into other drivers.
Sex: Tons of sexual innuendos and comments and sexual slang; a man shows up to work on a film and learns it is a "soft change film"; sexual sounds are heard; sexual song; talk of sex days when there was lots of sex; a man in a new body is tempted to have sex with a single woman; two men are told to kiss during filming a soft porn movie and they do; it is obvious a man is masturbating in one scene thought not graphic. Drugs: A drinking song, "Brass Monkey," is played to introduce a character; a character is seen smoking marijuana in apartment; a character's father picks up a bong and sniffs it; a character smokes marijuana while driving and when he hands it to his friend his friend throws it out of The car but the man lights up another one and smokes it; men take shots at a bar and other drinks are consumed by them and others in the bar; a character talks about his college days and how he misses the drugs; a character says he would like to "smoke weed" all day; woman mentions man coming home drunk; other scenes of drinking and smoking marijuana; a character guzzles bottle of wine; scotch and wine are consumed in other scenes.
Nudity: A woman is shown topless with breasts often seen in close-up and wearing a thong; other topless scenes and a thong scene in which a woman's bare behind is almost totally seen; shirtless men; woman seen in panties; a lot of cleavage; a man runs around nude and just covers his genitals; a man is watching porn and you catch some of what is going on; a nude baby boy is seen; a very pregnant woman's belly is seen.
Other: A baby's diaper is changed and excrement is seen and some of it gets on a man's face; two babies are placed in danger when they are set on kitchen counters with knives, a plugged in blender, and an exposed electrical outlet; the temptation to cheat on a spouse and what that means is shown when two men exchange bodies; the hedonism lifestyle is somewhat glorified; a couple of jump scenes. Info Company: Universal Pictures.