Switched (2020) 1080p

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Genres:
Drama | Family
Resolution:
1904*1024
Size:
1.93G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
104 min
IMDB Rating:
5.8 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
53
Seeds:
61
Peers:
10
Directors: John K.D. Graham [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Tired of being bullied, Cassandra Evans prays that her nemesis, Katie Sharp, the queen bee of social media, would know what it's like to walk a day in her shoes. Her prayer is answered in an unexpected way when they get "Switched."

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Reviews

Been done before but surprisingly well done

I have seen all of them through the years. Body swap movies are not new. I can count at least 30 in the US alone in the last nearly 100 years. Everyone knows the big ones. Freaky Friday, Big, Vice Versa. They are formulaic and predictable for sure. And Switched doesn't do much to break out of the mold. But the two actresses playing the leads and the actors playing the parents make you run the gamut of emotions in this outing. You really can, if you allow yourself to get past the "oh it's another body swap movie where they learn about each other and themselves in the process" thought processes, to really get sucked into the lives of these two girls and start rooting for them. It has it's problems and loses some points just due to the fact that it HAS been done to death. But overall this is an enjoyable movie and worth the watch.

I have no idea why rating is so low (recomended)

HI, so i just watched this movie and i really liked it, the message it deliveres is extremly important and kind. actiong is okaysh nothing seemed annoying or anything, its funny to watch and makes you feel like you're still in your early teenage years. I was so upset when I saw the rating of this movie was so low, so i had to write my own perspective as well :)

Entertaining

A body-swap story that started of pretty good. This type of film can be fun if done well. Here we have two girls who are psychologically opposite. Katie Price is a prima-donna with an inflated ego. Confident and beautiful yet cruel and unfeeling to those around her. While the other, Cassandra, is timid, lacks self confidence. Has a musical talent and a compassion for others. She admires Kate and wishes she could be more like her. After Kate plays a cruel prank on her at school Cassandra wishes Kate could learn what it's like to walk in her shoes. Voila! With a touch of movie magic her wish becomes a reality. Predictable confusion ensues. I could have done without the over-preachy religious subplot. There's a good idea underlying the film which definitely had more potential. Nevertheles it was entertaining enough.
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