It’s a story that two guys admire the each other’s life and change bodies. It’s very funny.
The two chief actors: One is Dave Lockwood, a successful man. He works hard every day, care about 3 cute little children and have a beautiful wife. Another is Mitch Planko, who is handsome and his childish disposition remains. He plays with some girls day and night. He thinks it’s very happy. But you know, if the life doesn’t change all the way, it’s boring. One night, two guys pissed in a fountain which has a goddess statue and said the same wish in a same time, “I want your life”. So it realized the next day. The humorous and unreliable things started in two guys which changed the bodies with each other. The Dave hiding in the bachelor can have a date with sexy Sabrina, who is Dave’s secretary. The Mitch hiding in Dave’s body can only look the beautiful wife and can’t do anything to her. He also needs to care babies and works hard.
Sam Wheat and Molly Jepson, both full of youth and vigor, both having good and promising jobs, and , both being in love with each other dearly, seem to have everything that all happy coupled have. But it comes as a shock that Sam is killed. Life and death thereupon separate the lovers and Molly as entrapped into loneliness, remembrance, and grief.
But Sam’s ghost, who can see without being seen, heat without being heard, does a lot. He finds out the truth about his death. It’s Carl, his colleague, who wants to embezzle money from others’ accounts. He instigates Willy, a ruffian, to steal Sam’s pocket so that he can get the computer password. Willy is so brutal that he killed Sam when Sam is fighting against him.
With his strong will, Sam the ghost learns to move objects and obtains help from Oda Mae Brown, a witch, who is so straightforward but kind. She helps Sam the ghost to comfort Molly, smash Carl’s plot, and send him and Willy into their deserved ends.
His wishes fulfilled, the ghost is going to heaven....