A romantically challenged morning show producer is reluctantly embroiled in a series of outrageous tests by her chauvinistic correspondent to prove his theories on relationships and help ... See full summary »
While visiting his hometown during Christmas, a man comes face-to-face with his old high school crush whom he was best friends with -- a woman whose rejection of him turned him into a ferocious womanizer.
To ease their roommate through a relationship-induced depression, Christina Walters and Courtney Rockcliffe take her out on the town. During their attempts to find her "Mr. Right Now", Christina meets Peter Donahue. Missing her opportunity with him that night, Christina is talked into pursuing him to his brother's wedding. Written by
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When Christina walks up to the guy she was dancing with, to give him her number, there's a woman standing at the bar as she approaches. In the next shot, there is no one there. See more »
I can't believe he brought that bitch to our bar. This is our bar!
Forget her. She's a Skeev.
But is she prettier than me?
Of course not, you're beautiful.
[Girl #1 throws up all over Girl #2]
Oh my God, you fucking bitch!
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Outtakes and scenes from the movie are shown with the closing credits. Also, after the credits roll, the four main members of the cast are sitting on a couch telling the audience that the movie is over, and to go home. See more »
I tried to see this movie at the theatre when it was released, but the drive-in was always sold out when I attempted to see this movie. Taking a chance, I bought the R-rated version DVD and was not disappointed. I found it to be a cute but raunchy comedy about 3 women searching for love in San Francisco & beyond. The relationship between Cameron Diaz & Christina Applegate seemed to really 'click' in this movie. Selma Blair seemed to be added as the "straight man" for comedy impact. Judging from the other comments about this movie, not a lot of people liked it. I found it to be funny in parts, and enjoyable to watch. Christina Applegate was her usual funny self and really added a lot to this movie. It's nice to see her in the movies again. The last movie I bought with her in it was "Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter is Dead" from '91. Cameron Diaz was also funny in her role and demonstrated some great comedic talent. I am glad that I took the chance and bought this DVD on spec, because it is a valued addition to my video library.
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