PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
A slacker is forced to work for his father-in-law after his pregnant wife steps away from her high-paying job.
Co-stars Zach Braff and Paul Rudd were both born on April 6 (although Rudd is six years older).
Tom Reilly: Are you okay?
Bob Kowalski: That lamp is hotter than shit!
Throughout the movie, Oliver changes in size inconsistently to the time line of the movie. For example, upon the arrival of the family to their home in Ohio, while on the porch, Oliver appears to be 1-2 months old. When the action shifts to inside the house, Oliver has aged by several months. In his next scene, the child has returned to his newborn size.
"Harold and the Purple Crayon" by Crockett Johnson is published by HarperCollins, but the credits write it as "Harpers Collins."
SPOILER WARNING The version of the film on the Unrated DVD is drastically different than, and is in fact shorter than, the theatrical release. The plot point in which it is revealed that Chip was faking his handicap is never revealed. The following scenes are removed from the film:
$1,394,229 (USA) (11 May 2007)
$3,091,922 (USA) (8 July 2007)
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