PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
A bride's divorced parents find their old feelings for each other during the wedding reception and over the course of the next few days upsetting the newlywed's honeymoon.
The project's genesis was rooted in Touchstone's hope that Leslie Dixon would pen a sequel to Outrageous Fortune (1987). The acrimonious relationship between Bette Midler and Shelley Long during production meant that script approval would have been an uphill battle. To avoid conflict, Dixon sidestepped the concept altogether and wrote this on spec with Midler in mind.
Oh, well at least I was faithful!
Dan: Yeah, you were faithful like a Kennedy was faithful!
Reflected in the buildings that Molly and Joey are driving past.
$5,103,075 (USA) (6 April 1997)
$16,325,542 (USA) (30 May 1997)
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