PG-13 | | Comedy
When a lonely guy meets a woman on the internet who happens to be in prison, she breaks out to get him to prove her innocence, and proceeds to wreak havoc on his middle-class life.
Producers wanted the slang that was spoken in the movie to be current and relevant to the time period in which the movie was released. This proved to be difficult as words take on different meaning to become Ebonics almost everyday. (Whatever words they used during filming might not have been in circulation by the time the film was released.) In order to play it safe, some of the Ebonics spoken in the movie was made up by the actors on the spot.
Hey, hey, hey. Watch the seats. No, I'm serious. It's leather.
After Peter tries to lock Charlene outside of the house when he first meets her, he tackles her and then throws her in the bushes. After telling the noisy neighbor that everything is fine, Peter starts walking her back inside. From the shot outside the house, Peter has nothing in his hands. But when they step inside, he magically has one of her shoes in his hand and he sets it on the table.
Thanks to residents of McCadden Place.
$31,101,026 (USA) (9 March 2003)