Holiday Switch

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  • TV-PG
  • 2007
  • 1 hr 28 min
  • 5.4  (758)

Holiday Switch is a 2007 made-for-TV movie directed by Bert Kish. The film follows the story of a successful and driven career woman named Paula Ferguson (played by Nicole Eggert) who unexpectedly switches lives with her low-key, stay-at-home mother named Grace (played by Patricia Mayen-Salazar) during the holiday season. Paula, a highly successful marketing executive, lives in a beautiful Los Angeles home with her fiancé, Gary (played by Bret Anthony). While Gary works as a lawyer, Paula is the breadwinner in the relationship, constantly working long hours and traveling out of town for business. Despite her busy schedule, Paula is looking forward to spending Christmas with her family, including her younger sister, Samantha (played by Sarah Ciarelli), who is a college student and recovering from a recent break-up.

Meanwhile, Grace lives in a small town in Oregon with Paula's father, Joe (played by Gerald Lenton-Young), and younger brother, David (played by Colby Johannson). Grace is a stay-at-home mom who spends her days cooking and taking care of the family. Unlike Paula, Grace is content with her simple life and enjoys spending time with her family and friends in the close-knit community.

However, everything changes when the two women miraculously switch lives for a few days. Paula suddenly finds herself in Grace's shoes, living in a modest home in a small town and struggling to fit in with the locals. Meanwhile, Grace is thrust into Paula's fast-paced and high-pressure corporate world, where she must meet deadlines, attend important meetings, and deal with Paula's demanding boss, Mr. Prescott (played by Jonathan Higgins). Both women initially struggle to adapt to their new lives, but slowly begin to gain new perspectives and appreciate the value of the other's lifestyle.

Throughout the course of the movie, Paula and Grace face a number of challenges and experiences that help them grow and learn about themselves. For Paula, spending time with her family in Oregon proves to be a much-needed break from her busy career and helps her reevaluate her priorities. She also begins to appreciate the importance of family and community. Grace, on the other hand, learns to believe in herself and her abilities as she navigates Paula's corporate world, and begins to see the value in pursuing her own dreams.

One of the main themes in Holiday Switch is the importance of family and the struggle to balance work and personal life. The movie highlights the difficulties that many modern women face in trying to excel in their careers while also maintaining close relationships with loved ones. It also explores the idea that sometimes, in order to truly appreciate what you have, it can be helpful to walk in someone else's shoes for a while.

Overall, Holiday Switch is an enjoyable and heartwarming movie that will resonate with anyone who has ever struggled to balance work and family or has felt the pull of different lifestyles. The movie features strong performances from its cast, particularly Nicole Eggert and Patricia Mayen-Salazar, who bring depth and complexity to their roles as they explore the challenges and joys of each other's lives. The film's wholesome message and cheerful holiday spirit make it a great choice for family viewing during the Christmas season.

Holiday Switch is a 2007 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 28 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.4.

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    1 hr 28 min
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    5.4  (758)