Films That Formed the Tween Collective Unconscious of the Y2K Era

Welcome to Sleepover Cinema, where we analyze the films that created the collective unconscious of the girls, gays, and theys of the late 90s and early 2000s.

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Freaky Friday

Freaky Friday

UGH, MOM, YOU’RE RUINING MY LIFE! 2003’s Freaky Friday starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Lindsay Lohan, and Chad Michael Murray has everything: the female-fronted band of your dreams, a middle-aged makeover montage, and genuinely compelling chemistry between a teen heartthrob and someone old enough to be his mother. How does it hold up in 2020? Hannah and Audrey discuss.

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