Feel like a youngster with "17 Again"
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Published: 9/25/2009 9:13 AM
Print this article Ever wanted to go back and do things differently? One man is lucky enough to have that chance in the new comedy, "17 Again." Almost the reverse of "Big" starring Tom Hanks, "17 Again" sends Mike O'Donnell (Matthew Perry) back to his 17-year-old self, played by Zac Efron.
Mike feels more than disillusioned with his life. His middle-aged existence is comparably boring and only gets worse after his wife kicks him out of his home. In an unanticipated storm, Mike suddenly becomes 17 and is the star football player of his school. How can he bring together this and his pre-storm world?
"17 Again" didn't make it to the Oscars, but it did win two Teen Choice awards for Choice Rockstar Moment and Choice Movie Actor in a Comedy, thanks to Efron's talents.
Fans of Zac Efron have probably memorized every lyric to every song in the "High School Musical" trilogy. In these movies, a close-knit group of teens sing, dance and work their way through the usual high school melodramas. Efron plays the basketball team's star player, and gets romantically involved with the more studious Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens.)
17 Again DVD$5.99
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