R | | Comedy, Crime
A struggling dentist's life is turned upside down when a famous gangster moves in next door, and his wife convinces him to inform a notorious mob boss about the gangster's whereabouts.
In Oz's hotel room, Cynthia (Natasha Henstridge) mentions thirty pieces of silver. This refers to the price for which Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus Christ.
But he knows I don't want to be married to him anymore, and like I said, he doesn't believe in divorce.
Oz: But murder he's okay with.?
Cynthia: It's what he does.
Dental records cannot be faked. It isn't just a matter of matching up dental work on a couple of Panellipse films (as shown in the movie). There is also everyone's unique bone density/structure, unique root structure, individual tooth sizes and variations in shape to be considered. These are things that cannot be altered. Moreover, those are the things that they look at when identifying someone from dental records.
At the beginning of the end credits, we see Niagara falls with traffic passing by it. We then see Oz and Cynthia dancing with each other. [fade to black] [fade in to band] Finally, we see the band we saw earlier in the film, with the singer, performing the song "They All Laughed."
English, French, Spanish
$15,915,676 (USA) (20 February 2000)