PG | | Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
When God decides to destroy Earth, four angels aim to redeem mankind through a young man and woman with their own troubles.
When Debbie refuses to make love with Zack, he talks about "how men are the scourge of the earth" and how he would never let a man near his daughter if he had one. He then goes on to say that if a man showed up to take his daughter out that he would get a gun. Ironically 14 years later, John Travolta's character in Face/Off (1997) would find himself in a similar situation.
Come now, it was a valiant effort. Well, she did come through for him, didn't she? But to get him to perform a great sacrifice, well that was unrealistic, wasn't it? Alright, let's drop the act. He wouldn't flood the world. I mean, where would ...
Charlie: I ...
As Zack leaves the bank, his mustache is almost all the way off. When he runs down the street, his mustache is completely back on his face, with no time to have fixed it.
The phrase "This film is Rated PG" is within the credits at the end before the PG rating tag actually shows after the movie.
On older home video and TV versions, the 1953 20th Century Fox "Cinemascope" logo is oddly seen in place of the "then current" logo at the beginning of the movie. And at the end of the end credits, the tag "This film is Rated PG" is seen. Current home video and TV prints restore the "then-current" 20th Century Fox logo at the beginning and removes the "This film is Rated PG" tag at the end of the end credits.
$3,344,942 18 December 1983