Dating the Enemy (1996) - Rotten Tomatoes

Dating the Enemy (1996)





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A pair of disparate battling lovers get a chance to live in each other's shoes in this lively Australian sex comedy. Though they have been together over a year, Tash and Brett have reached a point where they believe that neither understands the other. Tash is a serious, highly intelligent science journalist while hunky Brett hosts a music video show on an MTV-like network. Both gain a lot more understanding when something magical happens and they find that they have switched bodies. Poor Brett finds himself having to deal with uncomfortable female fashions, monthly cycles, and a highly competitive intellectual job. Poor Tash learns that being cool and handsome isn't as easy as it looks either. Then there is that little matter of making love.... ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi


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It's a highly watchable romantic comedy, basically. Unfortunately this one slipped through the cracks when we were out extolling Love Actually and Bridget Jones. Guy Pearce is, like, one of THE funniest Australian guys out there. I definitely think this role prepared him for Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. That man belongs in a gay bar, forever and ever.

Jennifer Xu
Jennifer Xu

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Hilarious and ones of the best Aussie romantic-comedy with two lovers waking up to find they have swapped bodies. Claudia Karvan and Guy Pearce are fantastic in their performances that make me laugh so much while they swapped their bodies.

Dean McKenna
Dean McKenna

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