If you could change places with your friend, would you? That's exactly what happens in the 2011 comedy movie 'The Change-Up,' starring Ryan Reynolds, Jason Bateman, Olivia Wilde and Leslie Mann. The best quotes from 'The Change-Up' include some truly hilarious quips from self-proclaimed playboy Mitch Planko (Reynolds) and his buddy, Dave Lockwood (Bateman). Little do they know that making a wish while urinating in a fountain will change their lives... literally. If you see a favorite quote on this list, be sure to vote it up!
'The Change-Up' is just one of several R-rated comedy movies released over the summer of 2011. Unlike some of the bigger hits, like 'Bridesmaids' and 'The Hangover Part II,' 'The Change-Up' didn't fare very well at the box office, and only grossed about $39 million in U.S. theaters, as of mid-September 2011. Dismal reviews for 'The Change-Up' probably didn't help, but that doesn't mean it's not an enjoyable movie!
After you're done voting up your favorite funny lines from 'The Change Up,' be sure to check out the best quotes from other summer comedies, like 'Our Idiot Brother,' 'Horrible Bosses,' 'Friends With Benefits,' 'Bridesmaids,' 'Hangover Part 2,' and 'Bad Teacher'.
Dave (really Mitch): "No no no no no no. Don't back that thing up into me. I can't believe you'd come at me, guns hot!"Ew. Having just witnessed Dave's wife Jamie's pretty graphic bathroom visit, he's pretty grossed out as she gets in the bed, snuggling up to him.Should this be higher or lower?
Big Shiny Pole
Cara: "You wanna come to my dance recital?"Yes, young Cara, Uncle Mitch is a bit of a player. He makes it quite clear he doesn't want to see Dave's daughter's recital, unless it involves strippers (which it doesn't).
Mitch: "The only style of dancing that Uncle Mitch likes involves a big shiny pole."Should this be higher or lower?
Jamie: "I need to cool it on the Thai food."Dave (really Mitch) is all excited, thinking he's about to have sex with Dave's wife, Jamie. Unfortunately for him, he discovers that this married couple pretty much shares everything - including leaving the door open during (pretty gross) bathroom visits. Definitely kills the mood, huh Mitch?Should this be higher or lower?
I'm The Mother
Jamie (as babies are crying): "It's your turn."Mitch, as Dave, learns pretty fast that fatherhood involves a serious lack of sleep. Jamie boots his ass out of bed and makes him deal with their crying babies. When one of them throws a meat cleaver at him (for fun, this isn't some malicous, creepy devil-baby), he tells Dave that his family is just a bit too "intense" for him.
Dave (really Mitch): "It's three in the morning, you're the mother."
Jamie: "I'm the mother! It's three o'clock in the morning! Get out of the bed right now before I cut you!"Should this be higher or lower?