The Hot Chick

Theatrical Release: December 13, 2002
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Synopsis

Head cheerleader Jessica Spencer (Rachel McAdams) and 30-something Clive (Rod Schneider) have swapped bodies after Clive puts on one of Jessica’s magical earrings. McAdams’ character poses as a Mexican gardener in racist, tasteless scenes, which include her hearing Dad talk about bedroom intimacy with Mom. Schneider’s character poses as a janitor who hangs out in the boys’ locker room and hears sexually suggestive talk with homosexual innuendos. Jessica and her best friend April (Anna Faris) plot to change Jessica’s body back.

Dove Review

Lewd sexual humor with homosexual content reigns as Jessica learns to cope with a male body in public restrooms and at sleepovers. Meanwhile, Clive uses his new curvaceous body to secure a job in a strip joint where he performs as a pole dancer. On the positive side, Jessica chooses to abstain from sex with her boyfriend because the time isn’t “right,” but The Hot Chick is nothing more than a repulsive, vulgar attempt at humor.

Content Description

Info

Company: Buena Vista Home Video
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 101 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Mary Draughon