Tomcats (2001)

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At the wedding of a friend, the remaining bachelors bet on staying single. 7 years later, one of the 2 remaining loses $51000 in Vegas. He must get the other guy married to cash in and pay his debt or die. A cute woman helps him.


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  • Jerry O'Connell stars as Michael Delaney, a cartoonist who cooks up an outrageous scheme to win a bachelor betting pool
  • Michael Delaney (Jerry O'Connell, center) celebrates at a bachelor party for Kyle (Jake Busey), the buddy he is marrying off in order to win a bet that will pay off his Vegas casino creditors
  • Natalie (Shannon Elizabeth) is Michael's (Jerry O'Connell) partner in crime in his scheme to win the bachelor pool
  • Director Greg Poirier
  • Jerry O'Connell in Tomcats (2001)
  • Shannon Elizabeth plays Natalie, Michael's secret weapon in his plan to bring the ultimate Tomcat down

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29 April 2008 | RainDogJr
$500,000 or a wife?
The other night my cousins and I were watching some TV after midnight and we catch up the last 20 minutes of "Big Fish" and after that film "Tomcats" began. It was very late but the credits sequence was cool so we stay and the first beat in the film was really funny so we end up watching it until the end. That beat was between 4 or 5 friends and consist in never get married; they created a bank account so every day that passes, more money for the winner. Eventually everybody get married, except Michael and Kyle, and now the prize for the winner is $500,000. The story suddenly makes that Michael needs the money by the end of the week so he makes a plan and blah blah. After that we just forget about the beat and is all a love story, quite predictable by the way, and even the main character ends in a point when even he won the money, he doesn't care because of the love. But in that entire decent love story there are many funny moments especially for the sexual maniac that is Kyle and for Michael's bad experiences with women, even if they look like a pretty innocent girl or if they are the grandma of the innocent girl Eventually we have a really enjoyable time with this film without expecting something. So I think this film is the kind that if you have the chance to watch it just for coincidence in TV it will be a good way to have 90 minutes of pure entertainment.

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Budget:

$11,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$6,406,076 1 April 2001

Gross USA:

$13,558,739

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$23,430,766

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