The Switch

The Switch

Director: Josh Gordon, Will Speck Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman
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Overview

The Switch

A woman approaching middle age yet still childless decides to get pregnant by artificial insemination, only to discover that the donor she chose may not be the father of her child in this comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman. Wally Mars (Bateman) is a dyed-in-the-wool pessimist. Hopelessly neurotic and unrepentantly narcissistic, he gets no joy out of life except for the time he spends with his best friend Kassie (Jennifer Aniston). However, despite the fact that Wally pines to be more than just friends with Kassie, she isn't convinced they'd make a good couple. When Kassie announces to Wally that she's found the perfect sperm donor, he's crestfallen; as far as he's concerned, the ideal candidate is standing right in front of her. Later, Kassie selects handsome stranger Roland (Patrick Wilson) to provide the seed. Things get complicated when Kassie's best friend Debbie (Juliette Lewis) throws an "insemination party" to commemorate the big event, and Wally intercepts Roland's special delivery, drunkenly replacing it with his own before blacking out. Pregnant and content, Kassie leaves the city for Minnesota, where she gives birth to a healthy baby boy. Flash-forward seven years, and Kassie returns to New York with her son, Sebastian (Thomas Robinson), who shares an uncanny number of physical and psychological traits with embittered bachelor Wally. Before long Wally and Sebastian have become good friends, and Wally becomes convinced that the boy is his biological son. His ideal family is finally within reach, and if he can just figure out a means of breaking the news to Kassie gently, perhaps she'll find it in her heart to forgive him, and recognize that he'll make the perfect father for Sebastian.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/15/2011
UPC: 0031398134862
Original Release: 2010
Rating: PG-13
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:41:00
Sales rank: 36,322

Special Features

Deleted scenes and alternate ending with introductions by the directors ; "The Switch Conceived" behind-the-scenes featurette ; Bloopers

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jennifer Aniston Kassie
Jason Bateman Wally
Patrick Wilson Roland
Jeff Goldblum Leonard
Juliette Lewis Debbie
Thomas Robinson Sebastian
Todd Louiso Artie
Scott Elrod Declan
Kelli Barrett Roland's Wife Jessica
Caroline Dhavernas Pauline
Victor Pagan Knit Hat Guy
Rebecca Naomi Jones Party Guest
Jeremy J. Mohler Party Guest #2
Will Swenson Actor on Stage
Edward James Hyland Man in Theatre
Brian Podnos Waiter
Carmen M. Herlihy Woman on Bus
Lily Pilblad Girl at Pizzeria
Jason Jones Climbing Wall Guide

Technical Credits
Josh Gordon Director
Will Speck Director
Douglas Aibel Casting
Jennifer Aniston Executive Producer
John Axelrad Editor
Steven Baker Musical Direction/Supervision
Brian Bell Co-producer
Albert Berger Producer
Timothy Bird Asst. Director
Jorjee Douglass Makeup
Larry M. Gruber Art Director
Kristin Hahn Executive Producer
Jess Hall Cinematographer
Nathan Kahane Executive Producer
Kelli Konop Co-producer
Mary Lee Co-producer
Allan Loeb Co-producer,Screenwriter
Kasia Walicka Maimone Costumes/Costume Designer
Steve Pearl Co-producer
Adam Stockhausen Production Designer
Thomas G. Varga Sound Mixer
Alex Wurman Score Composer
Ron Yerxa Producer
Keith Young Choreography
Louie Zakarian Makeup Special Effects

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The Switch 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
HeavyMetalGamer007 More than 1 year ago
My wife and I sat down and watched this and we rather enjoyed it. We really like Jason Bateman, and both Jennifer Anniston and Jeff Goldbloom were enjoyable in this as well. This movie is funny and enjoyable, and of course a little touching as well. I would recommend checking it out! :-)