It's a Boy Girl ThingDecember 26, 2006
Sworn enemies find themselves in each other's bodies, and use this to ruin each other's lives.
Release Year: 2006
Rating: 6.2/10 (11,974 voted)
Stars: Samaire Armstrong, Kevin Zegers, Sherry Miller
The next door neighbors Nell Bedworth and Woody Deane have opposite behaviors and hate each other: the virgin geek Nell is polite, sensitive and well-prepared to go to Yale, while Woody is rude and his greatest expectation is to join a mediocre university due to his abilities playing football. When Nell and Woody are assigned to visit a museum together, they argue in front of a statue of an Aztec god. During the night, their souls swap bodies, bringing difficult situations to them. They first try to damage each others reputation in high school, but soon they discover that their dream of joining college can only happen with mutual respect and support.
Team Guy #1
(as Balazs Koos)
He's trying to get out of her knickers
Release Date: 26 December 2006
Filming Locations: Grimsby, Ontario, Canada
Box Office Details
Opening Weekend: £850,290
(31 December 2006)
(14 January 2007)
Did You Know?
The music on Nell's alarm clock that she also plays in the car as Woody is Elton John's "Candle In The Wind." Elton John is the executive producer of this film and his partner David Furnish is the producer.
Interviews are not required for Yale applicants, and many students successfully gain admission without ever having one. Nell could have simply canceled hers.
[inhabited by Nell, looking at a boy standing next to him at the mens' urinals]
Completely surprised by how much I enjoyed this film.
When " A Night At The Museum" was sold out at my local multiplex, I
reluctantly purchased a ticket for "Boy Girl Thing". The reviews that I
read were fairly miserable and I was expecting a clunker.
I was completely surprised by how brilliant it was. Hilariously funny.
Surprisingly moving. Great soundtrack. I was completely hooked by the
journey that Nell and Woody went on in each other's bodies. I think
both Kevin Zegers and Samaire Armstrong are the stars of tomorrow. They
might have been a little old for their roles, but it didn't matter. I
was completely caught up in their journey. Even Sharon Osbourne made me
It won't win any awards, but if you are looking more light-hearted fare
that leaves you with a smile on your face, it's a complete winner.
I guess it really shows what stupid idiots critics can be.