The Hot Chick

Last Updated on: June 26th, 2024

The Hot Chick (Touchstone Movie)

“The Hot Chick” is a comedy film released in 2002, directed by Tom Brady. The movie stars Rob Schneider as Jessica Spencer and Rachel McAdams as Jessica’s popular and mean-spirited classmate, April. The film also features Anna Faris, Matthew Lawrence, and Eric Christian Olsen in supporting roles.

The story follows Jessica Spencer, a self-absorbed and shallow high school girl, who lives a privileged and popular life. However, her life takes a wild turn when she wakes up one morning to discover that her mind has swapped with that of a 30-year-old criminal named Clive (played by Rob Schneider).

As Jessica tries to adapt to her new body and navigate the challenges of being in someone else’s life, she realizes the importance of inner beauty and personal growth. Meanwhile, Clive, now inhabiting Jessica’s body, takes advantage of his newfound youthful appearance and causes mayhem.

“The Hot Chick” is known for its raunchy humor, absurd situations, and the over-the-top performances, particularly by Rob Schneider as he portrays a teenage girl trapped in a middle-aged man’s body.

The film received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising its comedic elements and others critiquing its reliance on stereotypical humor. However, “The Hot Chick” has gained a dedicated fanbase over the years, particularly among viewers who enjoy silly and light-hearted comedies with a touch of body-swap humor.

“The Hot Chick” serves as a touchstone for fans of comedies that don’t take themselves too seriously and deliver an entertaining and goofy escape into a world of absurdity and unexpected transformations.



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Cast

  • Rob Schneider: Clive Maxtone/Jessica Spencer
  • Rachel McAdams: Jessica Spencer/Clive Maxtone
  • Anna Faris: April
  • Matthew Lawrence: Billy
  • Michael O’Keefe: Mr. Richard Spencer
  • Melora Hardin: Mrs. Carol Spencer
  • Alexandra Holden: Lulu
  • Maritza Murray: Keecia “Ling-Ling” Jackson
  • Sam Doumit: Eden
  • Megan Kuhlmann: Hildenburg
  • Eric Christian Olsen: Jake
  • Matt Weinberg: Booger Spencer
  • Robert Davi: April’s father
  • Leila Kenzle: April’s mother
  • Jodi Long: Keecia’s mother
  • Tamera Mowry: Sissie
  • Tia Mowry: Venetia
  • Maria-Elena Laas: Bianca
  • Angie Stone: Madame Mambuza
  • Lee Garlington: Vice Principal Marjorie Bernard
  • Dick Gregory: Bathroom attendant
  • Ashlee Simpson: Monique
  • Michelle Branch: Club DJ
  • Scott Dolezal: Night Club bartender
  • Adam Sandler: Mambuza Bongo Guy (uncredited)
  • Ozman Sirgood: The King
  • Shazia Ali: Princess Nawa/Slave Girl
  • Vivian Corado: Slave Girl/Princess Nawa

Crew

  • Director: Tom Brady
  • Producers: Rob Schneider and Carr D’Angelo
  • Writers: Tom Brady and Rob Schneider

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