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    January 27, 2011


    Getting married at later of our life seems a common thing in today's society. Don't get yourself a shock if you find out that there is indeed one of your friend is still unmarried despite reaching the figure of 4-0. This is what happen to Kassie Larson (played by Jennifer Aniston) in the movie The Switch. The Switch is a comedy starring Jennifer Aniston (Rachel from Friends TV sitcom, The Bounty Hunter) and Jason Bateman (Michael Bluth from TV hits - Arrested Development, Juno, Up In The Air). Will Speck and Josh Gordon (Blades of Glory) directed the comedy from the screenplay written by Allan Loeb.

    Jennifer Aniston plays Kassie Larson who decides that she wants to have a baby. Despite the objections of her neurotic best friend Wally Mars (played by Jason Bateman), she chooses to do it alone. Wally has always had feelings for Kassie but he missed his chance in the past and she put him in the "friend zone". Kassie organizes an "insemination party", where Roland (played by Patrick Wilson) produces the sperm in the bathroom and leaves the bottle there. Not liking the idea of Kassie being inseminated with Roland's sperm, Wally accidentally he really spills it. Panicking, he replaces it with his own. The story later pushes forward 7 years later where confrontations and secrets finally revealed.

    What will happen to Kassie and wally after that? If you have missed out the movie during its original theatrical run, fear not. Why don’t bring the comedy back to your home today? Yes, simply head over to Tesco Entertainment and you are a few clicks away from owning the The Switch DVD, which includes special features, all at one low price of £10.99. If you get yours from Tesco entertainment, they guarantee you some awesome features like double Clubcard points, Pre Order Price Promise policy and free UK delivery on everything. What’s the waiting? Own The Switch DVD as it will arrives on your shelves on January 17, 2011 and laugh your way out.

    Tesco Entertainment offers more choice besides The Switch. For the full list, hits over the selection of other available titles with Tesco DVDs.
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