A woman struggling with insecurity wakes from a fall believing she is the most beautiful and capable woman on the planet. Her new confidence empowers her to live fearlessly, but what happens when she realizes her appearance never changed?
Kate Sullivan is a single mom of three daughters who works two jobs while studying to be a nurse. She is assigned to clean carpets on a yacht owned by spoiled, arrogant playboy Leonardo 'Leo' Montenegro. Leo makes rude remarks towards Kate and fires her without pay when she refuses to bring him food. When Kate calls out his behavior, Leo pushes her off the boat along with her cleaning equipment. Meanwhile, in Mexico, Leo's sisters Magdalena and Sofia are tending to their ailing father. Furious when Leo is announced as his successor to run the family-owned company, Magda decides to visit him. That night, Leo slips off the yacht and falls into the ocean unnoticed. He wakes up on a beach with amnesia and no recollection of his identity. He wanders through town and eventually reaches the hospital. Magda finds him and leaves him there unclaimed after learning he has amnesia. She returns home and falsely reports that Leo has died. Sofia suspects Magda is lying..
This remake is a gender swap of the main characters in the original version of this movie. In the original, the lead actress (Goldie Hawn) was the rich spoiled socialite while the help was portrayed by her real life partner (Kurt Russell). In this film, the socialite is portrayed by a male actor (Eugenio Derbez) and the help is potrayed by a female (Anna Faris). Even the characters of the children of the help are gender swapped. The original were three boys while this version is three girls. See more »
When Kate goes to pick up Leonardo at the hospital, she says "here is our marriage license", but hands him a marriage certificate. A marriage license is not a certificate of a marriage. A marriage license is what you get from city hall that allows you to get married, a marriage certificate is what the city/county gives you once you've gotten married and mail in the filled out marriage license. See more »
What crap. I'm sure some day the official language of the United States will be Spanish but for now it is still English. Hard to follow a movie when you don't understand what is being said. I didn't watch the whole thing, wasn't any point to it. The only reason I wanted to watch is because I am a big fan of Anna Faris. I hope this movie doesn't damage her career too bad.
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