When Disney first adapted this comic fantasy back in 1976, it was Barbara Harris and Jodie Foster who assumed the roles of the mother and daughter who exchange bodies for the whole of a magical day. Now it's Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan's turn to learn some valuable life lessons of their own. Widowed psychiatrist Tess Coleman (Curtis) is about to get married again, although her teenage daughter, Anna (Lohan), objects, believing her mother is acting with unseemly haste. Besides - and here comes the update - she wants to get her rock band on the road. Then a fairy-godmother figure at a Chinese restaurant puts a spell on the warring twosome's fortune cookies, and the transformation is made. Once in their new host bodies, Tess is shocked to discover that her daughter has put a ring through her navel, while Anna adopts make-up to prove she doesn't look "like the Cryptkeeper". Although the plot takes a familiar course from then on, director Mark Waters keeps up the comic momentum with some skill.