As if the new Broken Lizard film, The Slammin’ Salmon, isn’t enough, director Jay Chandrasekhar has already lined up his next project – that being the body-switching movie Opposites Attract.
Now here was I thinking that the body-switching craze went the way of the sports jacket with the rolled-up sleeves fad, but I was apparently wrong. In the same vein as Freaky Friday, Dream a Little Dream and Vice Versa, Opposites tells the tale of a married couple who have their bodies switched so that they can better understand each other and help repair their marriage in the process.
Wow. This sounds utterly awful, but if he can get approval to make it into an R-rated movie like he wants, then I’m willing to give him the benefit of the doubt, even though his only other non-Broken Lizard film, The Dukes of Hazzard, was about as bad a movie as you can get! But as a fan of the Lizards I’m hoping it turns out better than it sounds, because it sounds like turds.
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