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New funny Christmas movie “The Family Switch” streams on Netflix


“Family switch” a new 2023 Christmas now streaming on Netflix welcoming to all ages.

IMDb gave this movie 5.6 out 10. Rotten Tomatoes scored it a 41% on the Tomatometer.

This movie runs for 1 hour and 46 minutes.  It is rated PG because it contains teen partying, language, suggestive material, and some thematic elements.


The five members of the Walker family are parents Jess and Bill, daughter CC, son Wyatt and son Miles. However, the nuclear components separate and recombine after an unexplained incident at the Griffith Park Planetarium; Bill’s mind is in Wyatt’s body, while Jess’s mind is in CC’s. Jess and Bill have to navigate the incredibly complex web of rites of passage that come with being teenagers, while CC and Wyatt attempt to navigate the impossible world of adulthood. Meanwhile, the four of them struggle to break the spell that disastrously reassembled their personalities.

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Jess ( Jennifer Garner )

In the 2001 television series Alias, Jennifer portrayed Agent Sydney Bristow, a member of the Central Intelligence Agency. Garner's work has earned her four Emmy nominations in a row for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Dramatic Series. In addition, she has been nominated for four Golden Globes and won one, in addition to receiving two nominations for Screen Actors Guild Awards and winning one. She has starred in several more television shows and movies, including Elektra (2005), Pearl Harbor (2001), 13 Going on 30 (2004), Daredevil (2003), and Dude, Where's My Car? (2000). Outside of filming Alias (2001), Jennifer loves to cook, garden, hike, and kickbox, which she took inspiration from her character on the show.


Bill ( Ed Helms )

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Edward Parker Helms is an American actor, comedian, writer, and singer best known for his roles as Stuart Price in The Hangover trilogy and Andy "Nard Dog" Bernard, a preppy Cornell alumnus from The Office. In addition, he starred in Ron's Gone Wrong, Vacation, The Lorax, Monsters vs. Aliens, and Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie.

Cc ( Emma Myers )

On April 2, 2002, Emma Myers was born in the US. She is an actress best known for the films Family Switch (2023), Wednesday (2022), and A Good Girl's Guide to Murder (2023).


Wyatt ( Brady Noon ) 

US actor. Noon made his TV debut in 2010 as Thomas Darmody in the series Boardwalk Empire. Before providing the voice of Greg Heffley for the 2021 animated Disney+ feature Diary of a Wimpy Kid and its 2022 sequel, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, he portrayed Thor in the comedy film Good Boys in 2019. He portrayed Evan Morrow in the Disney+ series The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers in 2021. He then made appearances as George in the comedy Marry Me in 2022 and as Wyatt in Netflix's Family Switch in 2022. He was chosen to play Raphael in the upcoming movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem in 2023. He was chosen to play Lucas Hollister in the forthcoming western Rust in September 2021.

Miles ( Lincoln Sykes, Theodore Sykes)

The twins are just now starting there acting career


I can truly relate to the movie many families around this time don’t understand each other’s responsibility’s and wants. And by them switching body’s and having to live each other’s lives really teaches them how it really.

I loved the movies but there were some parts that I truly feel like made the movie a little weird like the whole dog and baby switching body’s thing just really had me confused. But other than that, I felt like the movie was great.



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