A process server, Joe Tyler (played by Matthew Perry) is given the task of serving divorce papers on Sara Moore (Elizabeth Hurley), the wife of of a wealthy Texas businessman. To do so he needs to contend with her attempts at evasion and the attempts of a colleague to undermine him. Written by
The One Thing That Could Bring Them Together Is Revenge.
23 August 2002 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Flipping the Mark
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Opening Weekend USA: $5,758,236,
25 August 2002, Wide Release
Gross USA: $16,930,185, 1 December 2002
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $20,146,150
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
The slutty outfit that Sara Moore wears throughout the second half was actually chosen by Elizabeth Hurley
. The director liked it so much he decided that would be her costume. See more
The legal goofs in this movie are hard to count, but to start with, in New York, the rule is that when serving process on someone all you have to do is mail it to them and tack it on their door. Sara running would have no legal effect. See more
My job sucks. It's got no benefits and no future.
Spoofed in Servicing Sara
Written and Performed by Eddie "Gypsy" Stokes See more