PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A swinger on the cusp of being a senior citizen with a taste for young women falls in love with an accomplished woman closer to his age.
After Harry is forced to move into her beach house following his heart attack, Erica complains that she has become "a character in a Kaufman and Hart play!" This is a reference to The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942), a play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, in which an obnoxious house guest, Sheridan Whiteside, is forced to move into a family home after breaking his hip, and drives his hosts crazy with his outrageous demands.
I'm like the dumb girl that doesn't get it. I've never been the dumb girl before. It ain't great.
Harry: Let's just calm down. I had these plans before I even met you. I mean, I do like seeing you. I do.
Erica Barry: Yeah.
Harry: I'm always surprised by it.
Erica Barry: Surprised by it? ...
When Erica and Zoe are listening to Marvin Gaye in the kitchen, Zoe has a glass in her right hand. While they are moving to the music Zoe wiggles her fingers, without the glass, in time with the song, however in the next reverse shot she has the glass in her hand again despite not having time to pick it up.
Jack Nicholson sings "La Vie en Rose" during the closing credits.
$16,064,723 (USA) (14 December 2003)