PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime, Romance
In New York City, a case of mistaken identity turns a bored married couple's attempt at a glamorous and romantic evening into something more thrilling and dangerous.
The name of the gentlemen's club, where the Fosters go to meet the District Attorney (The Peppermint Hippo), is a based on a famous chain of gentlemen's clubs, called The Spearmint Rhino.
Dad? Mom? Can I have breakfast?
Phil Foster: Honey, don't move.
Charlotte Foster: Mommy! Daddy! Pile driver!
Charlotte Foster: I love you!
Claire Foster: How do you have so many knees?
After Carell's character lands in the water, after the Audi/Taxi chase under FDR highway, we see the South Street Seaport lights in the background, far to the south. The distance of those lights -- along with the design of the river walk barriers -- indicate he probably was swimming near the Brooklyn Bridge or Manhattan Bridge. In the following scene, however, he and Fey's characters are shown on the #1 subway train, which can only be caught FAR AWAY from this location. If they'd first taken a different train in order to transfer to the #1, they must have done so in total silence.
There are outtakes at the beginning and the end of the end credits.
$25,207,599 (USA) (11 April 2010)
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