It’s no real surprise that Lindsay Lohan’s latest identity-swapping adventure is cheesy – anyone forced to sit through the trailer could have deduced that much in about 30 seconds. Playing the well-dressed and independent – though how any PR intern can afford a spacious Manhattan loft is beyond me – Ashley Albright, Lohan is the picture of success. Her good luck is apparently endless – she parts storms, stops traffic and effortlessly obtains job promotions with little more than the bat of an eyelash. Of course, like any sub par venture into the genre, Ashley must have her pauper. Enter cute-guy-in-need-of-a-makeover, Jake Hardin (Chris Pine), who’s so unlucky it’s a wonder he hasn’t been mowed down by a car… Oh, wait, scratch that. Jake awkwardly fumbles through the film’s first 10 minutes as he tries in vain to get his friends’ (Brit-poppers McFly) demo CD into the hands of New York’s most prestigious record exec, Damon Phillips (Faizon Love doing his best to portray P. Diddy as huggable).
In a not-so-surprising twist, Ashley’s luck finds her planning a glitzy soir