Freaky Friday is an excellent movie, about a mom and daughter that switch places, to see inside each other’s lives. It’s great hilarity, with warm thoughts. This truly is an excellent movie. It’s been remade since the original, but this is still one of my favorites.
I’m going to be watching this Disney flick over and over. I love it, that much. I mean, I can remember being 16 and thinking my mom didn’t understand, and now I’m the mom, and know my daughter doesn’t understand. So, when I watch Freaky Friday, it puts my life into perspective, lol.
A contemporary musical update of the classic comedic story, “Freaky Friday” is based on Disney Theatrical Productions’ stage adaptation of the celebrated novel by Mary Rodgers. Sixteen-year-old Ellie Blake and her uber-organized mom Katherine, are constantly at odds about Ellie’s messy room, sloppy clothes and seemingly careless attitude. Ellie really misses her dad who passed away a few years ago; she bickers with her younger brother and argues with Katherine who’s getting ready to marry her fiancé, Mike – tomorrow. As mother and daughter quarrel, they accidentally break the treasured hourglass given to Ellie by her father and then, suddenly, they magically switch bodies. Now, Ellie and Katherine must trade places at work and at school, and, during one crazy day, they’ll learn to understand and appreciate each other.
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