The Change-Up: A Blind Review Based on the Poster

"The Change-up" or as I like to call it "Freaky Friday for Boys"

“The Change-up” or as I like to call it “Freaky Friday for Boys”

I haven’t watched the trailer. I’ve just seen the poster.

Like all movie posters, there is no background, only a coloured gradient.

Plain white finally went out of vogue.

But essentially all you need to know is right there.

There’s a body swap of some kind.

It obviously has to be a switch between the swinging ‘party’ guy and the beleaguered ‘dad’ character. Like, duh.

The swinging party guy struggles at first but by the end of the movie has realized how meaningless and shallow his life of fun and frolic really is and blah bloo relationships children blah blah breeding is so like totally awesome omg. Blah.

And the dad guy figures out some shit too, about babies and his wife blah blah. Whatever.

Brought to you by the director of other such tedious schlocks.

I don’t even need to watch the trailer.

And they say the art of great movie posters is dead. Hah.

Why Freaky Friday of all movies? What pot-head was sitting around watching Lindsay Lohan pretend to be her mom and thinking…

“Dude, like, we should, totally, like, remake that movie”

“Doode……… fuck yeah…..”

“Oh fuck dude…”

“What is it man?”

“Lindsey Lohan is like, totally fucked right now.”

“Doode….fuck….yeah.”

“Dude!”

“Dude?”

“We should totally remake this movie. But like, for DUDES!!”

“Dooooooooooooode!.”

“Awesome”

That’s how I see it going down.

And her mother TOLD her it would stick that way.

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