PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A cynical, immature young man is taught how to act like a grown-up by a little boy.
Brad Pitt turned down the lead role of Will Freeman on the grounds that it was implausible that someone so attractive would need to pretend to be a single father to meet women. He nevertheless appears in the film (sort of) - he is on the cover of an issue of... ...
I couldn't possibly think of a worse godfather for Imogene. You know me. I'll drop her at her christening. I'll forget her birthdays until her 18th, when I'll take her out and get her drunk and possibly, let's face it, you know, try and shag her. I ...
Will doesn't fit in the coffee holder in the espresso machine correctly, but still manages to make a cup of coffee.
UK airings on ITV2 cut out all the profanity and swearing to make a clean film language-wise. When the film appeared on Film4 in pre-watershed airings a large chunk of the profanity was retained save for the stronger words and certain phrases.
$5,436,425 (Europe) (26 April 2002)
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