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It's a Boy Girl Thing, a review by Tom

Title: It's a Boy Girl Thing
Year: 2006
Director: Nick Hurran
Rating: 12
Length: 91 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78
Audio: English: Dolby Digital 5.1

Samaire Armstrong
Kevin Zegers
Sherry Miller
Robert Joy
Sharon Osbourne

IT'S A BOY GIRL THING is a hilarious body-swap comedy in the style of BIG and 13 GOING ON 30 and is the story of Nell and Woody; teen rivals that love nothing more than to hate one another. Enemies in school, and next-door neighbours at home, the pair inexplicably wake one morning to find they have swapped bodies. At first, they're disturbed by the occurrence, but with a little thought, it's not long before they're in school and tarnishing each others' reputations. Devoting so much time and attention to each other has never been as much fun for Nell and Woody, and they soon discover that love can stem from the strangest of plantings.

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My Thoughts:
An OK film. The body-swapping has been done much better in the past. The actors are not all that good at portaying being the different sex. As a matter of fact there were not all that good portraying their characters in their own bodies. I thought that the girl was behaving much more naturally, while the boy was inside of her.
It is your average teen rom-com. Nothing more, nothing less.


(From Tom's Random Reviews on December 27th, 2009)

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Little Black Book, a review by addicted2dvd

     Little Black Book (2004/United States)

Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment
Director:Nick Hurran
Writing:Melissa Carter (Original Material By), Elisa Bell (Screenwriter)
Length:107 min.
Rating:Rated PG-13 : Sexual Content/Humor and Language
Video:Widescreen 2.40:1, Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital: 5.0, French: Dolby Digital: Dolby Surround
Subtitles:English, French

Brittany Murphy as Stacy
Holly Hunter as Barb
Kathy Bates (1948) as Kippie Kann
Ron Livingston as Derek
Julianne Nicholson as Joyce
Stephen Tobolowsky as Carl

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My Thoughts:
I just finished watching this one. And I enjoyed it quite a bit. It is a romantic comedy so I went into it figuring how it would end... just had to watch the journey. But no... not this time. It actually throws a bit of a curve ball and goes with the unexpected. This movie stars Brittany Murphy... I have now seen a few of her movies and I must say.... I am starting to become a fan. It is a shame she passed away at such a young age. This one has an entertaining storyline. It seemed to go by rather quickly... always a good sign when watching a movie. I liked Kathy Bates as the Talk Show host. Holly Hunter was good too... though the voice she was using for this role was a little on the weird side. Definitely worth watching... glad I have it in my collection... thanks to a generous friend that gave it to me!

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From What Movies I Been Watching on January 20th, 2012)

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"Due South" marathon, a review by addicted2dvd

Letting Go

Great episode! Though the "Rear Window" storyline has been done to death (one of these days I need to see that movie!  :bag: ) I never fail to enjoy it. And ok... I admit it... I am really getting to like the character of Fraser's father!  The bit with him in the pool was hilarious! :laugh: And let me just say DAMN!... if I go for a stay in the hospital... I want a nurse that looks like that!  :drooling: And I don't normally go for blondes... but there was just something about her!

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(From "Due South" marathon on July 31st, 2009)