PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime, Thriller
A bitter ex-husband wants his former spouse dead. A put-upon momma's boy wants his mother dead. Who will pull it off?
On the American DVD cover of the movie, the poster of the movie is altered in which Larry is seen smiling. In the actual movie poster itself, Larry doesn't smile.
Owen, you gotta get it through your thick head: I may be a lot of things, but I'm not a killer.
Owen: You don't have to blow her brains out or anything.
Larry: Thank you, that takes the pressure right off.
Owen: She's old. She's got a bad ticker. All you gotta do is jerk...
(reversed images) When Larry first follows Momma on the train she turns the corner and pushes the "push" sign to open the door. When she is shown coming through it, the push sign's letters are reversed. Next, just after Larry and Owen have pulled Momma back up on the train, Owen is hugging her. When Larry asks her if she is OK the push sign is on the left side of the door. Then Momma kicks him and the push sign is on the right with the letters reversed as he starts to lose his balance. Then they show Owen get up and say "Larry," after which Larry is shown falling off the train and the push sign has moved back to the left side with the letters correct again.
The credit for Assistant Sound Editor Robert Martel has a gap in the vertical stroke of the L.
When aired on Comedy Central, the following alterations were made:
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