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Comic genius - a masterpiece of 80s cinema.
Ok film about doctor and son who trade bodies. Predates both Vice Versa and 18 Again! and those are a bit superior to this one. Highlight is the cameo of the band Autograph in concert.
8/21/2015: It had its funny moments, but overall it wasn't a great movie.
As much as I like Dudley Moore, he couldn't pull off the laid back son no more than Kirk Cameron could pull off the tightly wound dad. Forget about this weak attempt of a movie.
Dudley Moore is a legend, so this film earns one star simply because of his presence in it. But that's not a recommendation. In fact, I implore you to avoid this movie unless you want to see every single movie Dudley Moore ever made.
It is interesting, to wish you were "someone else"
for a day;The late Moore plays a doctor,and Cameron is the teen son. At one point, the two feel woe about their day and someone will "magically" help them switch occupations. Zany and funny to watch.
Several movies of the 1980's centered around the whole body switching theme. It all started in 1984 with Steve Martin's All of Me. After that a slew of teen comedies followed. This was one of the more memorable ones but it still does not measure up to movies like Big.
Father & son switch bodies. Son is amusing in his role.
Nothing new. Very predictable and done to death.