THE SWITCH is an Existential-Philosophical Musing Without Being Boring or Preachy

Its trailer might look that it was just an ordinary romcom movie but THE SWITCH is more than that.

Aside from Jason Bateman’s reliable wit and timing; Jennifer Aniston’s extraordinary natural charisma for this film; and Thomas Robinson’s endearing portrayal of a nihilist kid; and a group of dependable support, THE SWITCH is an existential-philosophical musing but without being boring or preachy. It asks us some questions on love; patience and persistence; and the natural order of things, among others.

It’s a funny take to an otherwise deep examination of life. You have to pause now and watch it. As its introduction said, “Look at us. Running around, always rushed, always late. I guess that’s why they call it the human race.”


[written by: Dima]

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