The switch

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Call number: DVD Comedy Switch

Available Copies: Malletts Adult

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DVD release of the 2010 motion picture.

Based on the short story "Baster" by Jeffrey Eugenides.

Special features: deleted scenes ; "The switch conceived"; behind-the-scenes featurette.

Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Patrick Wilson, Jeff Goldblum, Juliette Lewis, Thomas Robinson.

Kassie, a smart, fun-loving single woman, despite her neurotic best friend Wally's objections, decides it's time to have a baby, even if it means doing it herself, with a little help from a charming sperm donor. But, unbeknownst to her, Kassie's plans go awry because of a last-minute switch that isn't discovered until seven years later, when Wally gets acquainted with Kassie's cute, though slightly neurotic, son.

DVD; region 1; widescreen (2.35:1) presentation; 5.1 Dolby digital.

Contents: Baster.

Community Reviews

did not enjoy

This movie was very slow and seemed to drag on forever. A couple of good lines by jason bateman was all that had me laughing. Jennifer isnt good doing comedies.


This was not that great.

All right

Wally (Jason Bateman) and Kassie (Jennifer Aniston) are best friends who drift apart after Kassie has a son via sperm donor and moves away. What Wally and Kassie don’t realize is that Sebastian (Thomas Robinson) is actually their son together, since drunken Wally accidentally dumped Kassie’s donor sperm and replaced it with his own. When Kassie and Sebastian move back to New York and into Wally’s life, Wally realizes both that Sebastian is his son, and that he has feelings for Kallie, and is unsure what to do about either.

Though the trailers play up the relationship between Wally and Kassie, the one that the story really follows is that between Wally and Sebastian—who, can I say, is absolutely adorable. I want Robinson to be every movie's “cute kid.” Though it certainly got too cornball on more than one occasion, Wally’s and Sebastian’s interactions seemed genuine, and—though I am loathe to admit it—had me teared up on one occasion. And Bateman certainly had more chemistry with Robinson than he did with Aniston.

The romance plotline, with Kassie’s sperm donor Roland (Patrick Wilson) coming in to complete the love triangle, could have been more developed and less cliché. Though I didn’t mind it taking a back seat to Sebastian’s story, it was what kept The Switch from being a good movie. Still worth the watch, though

Skeptical at first but...

This was actually pretty entertaining. Bateman and Anniston both pull off a cute-with-rough-edges thing that makes for ideal (not quite dark, but maybe gray area) comedy.

Slow but not bad

The story is kind of funny and I thought some parts were cute and really funny. However, it moved a little slow sometimes.

This is funny

its a good movie

love story

not bad

not bad

not bad kinda boring in some parts

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