PG | | Comedy, Romance
A reporter is assigned to write a story about a woman who has left a string of fiancés at the altar.
Richard Gere's character shares his first name with Gere's real-life father.
Hey, don't knock drunks in bars! It means they're not out driving.
When Ike comes into Curl Up And Dye for the first time, Maggie calls Peggy over and points to the counter at the article with Ike's picture (and the devil horns and pitch fork that has been added on). It is originally on taped on the counter, but in the next shot is taped onto the mirror.
After all of the credits have run, Ike (Richard Gere) and Maggie (Julia Roberts) are seen throwing snowballs.
The titles are reformatted for the VHS version because the print was changed from a widescreen print to a standard one. the titles, which originally ran across the entire bottom of the screen in one line are now in the center of the screen in two lines, which somewhat ruins the cinematography of the opening shots because it is now the center of attention as opposed to the background.
$35,055,556 1 August 1999