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In a scene early in the movie, the two leads are shown sitting in an outdoor location in front of a large rusty globe. This location is in the city of Savannah, although the two characters have not reached Savannah by that point of the story.
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The film was initially marketed as a potentially loose remake of Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987), which was also released through Paramount Pictures. Both films feature similar plots, of a businessman who has to return home in a short amount of time and finds himself under the company of an annoying loudmouth. Although it was never billed as a remake, numerous interviews claimed the material was at least inspired by John Hughes' film.
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David Strickland's last film.
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The airport near the beginning of the film, supposedly LaGuardia in New York, is actually Washington/Dulles International Airport in Northern Virginia.
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The driving scene on the island near the end of the film, supposedly Hawaii, is actually Trunk Bay in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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The score was composed by John Powell.
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The K mart scene in the movie was actually filmed at a store; 1901 E. Victory Drive, Savannah.
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