PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
After his career is sidelined by an unexpected tragedy and a personal blow-up, a single man must take care of his precocious daughter.
Ollie and Gertie refer to the street sweeper as the Batmobile.
Everyone, please take your seats. You heard the bell. You know what it means. Last week, the assignment was to write an essay about your family. Who they...
Teacher: And what they...
Teacher: Excellent droning.
In Ollie's office, there is a poster in the background for Songs: Ohia's "Ghost Tropic" album, released in 2000. The scene takes place before Independence Day (1996) was released in 1996, before Songs: Ohia had even released their debut album.
Before the end credits, a dedication appears to Kevin Smith's father, who died before the film was released.
Kevin Smith has a three-hour "director's cut" version that has screened in Los Angeles and in New Jersey at his Vulgarthon all-day film events. Smith says he will release the longer version on DVD for the film's eventual tenth anniversary.
$8,300,000 28 March 2004
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