PG-13 | Video | | Comedy, Romance
A man suspects his girlfriend of being unfaithful. So he sends her a letter, but then finds out that he was wrong. He has twenty-four hours to stop the package, prevent a disaster, and fall... See full summary »
In an interview, Kevin Smith said he thought Reese Witherspoon was a f**king douchebag. Smith worked on an early draft of the script but later had his name removed from the project. His girlfriend at the time, Joey Lauren Adams, was up for the part that ultimately went to Witherspoon. He told of an encounter with Witherspoon after she won the role: "I was at some party with Joey Lauren Adams and Reese had just got a part Joey was hoping to get. So Joey said, 'Hey Reese, I just wanted to say congratulations. I think you'll do really great with the part.' And Reese just gave this dead-eyed look and was like, 'Whatever.' At this point she wasn't even the Reese Witherspoon that everybody mistakenly knows and loves. She was Reese Witherspoon circa S.F.W. To have that kind of attitude back then; I guess she was meant for stardom. She's a dick!"
C'mon, Baker. Men live in hope and die in despair.
After Ivy crashes through the road block and Wyatt is hanging from the car, behind Wyatt in the close-ups, you can see the green-screen in the background.
On set puppy: Kaluha
The TV version is significantly different from the home video/cable version. This version, though edited, contains several alternate/deleted scenes. Among them: More dialogue in the opening car scene, a scene in the beginning of Trips having flowers delivered to Kimberly, and an additional scene outside the jail of Trips and Ivy walking along the sidewalk reminiscing.
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