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Writer (WGA):
Nicholas Kazan (written by)
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Release Date:
24 May 2002 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Enough Is Enough See more »
Plot:
On the run from an abusive husband, a young mother begins to train herself to fight back. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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3 nominations See more »
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Am I the only person who realizes how awful this movie is? See more (230 total) »

Cast

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Jennifer Lopez ... Slim Hiller

Billy Campbell ... Mitch Hiller

Tessa Allen ... Gracie Hiller

Juliette Lewis ... Ginny

Dan Futterman ... Joe

Noah Wyle ... Robbie

Fred Ward ... Jupiter
Christopher Maher ... Phil

Janet Carroll ... Mrs. Hiller

Bill Cobbs ... Jim Toller

Bruce A. Young ... Instructor

Bruce French ... Homeowner
Ruben Madera ... Teddy

Dan Martin ... FBI Agent

Jeff Kober ... FBI Agent

Brent Sexton ... FBI Agent

Michael P. Byrne ... Desk Sergeant

Leif Riddell ... First Cop
David Brokhim ... Mustapha
Regan Forman ... Preschool Director

Sandra Nelson ... Teacher Betty (as Sandra Nelson Winkler)

Lynne Marie Stewart ... Waitress
Smadar Brener ... Receptionist (as Smadar Dishon)

Margaret Emery ... Jupiter's Blonde Girl

Victor McCay ... Electronics Store Clerk
James Noah ... Mr. Hiller
Nikki Bokal ... Mitch's Young Blonde

John O'Brien ... Front Desk Clerk

Louisa Abernathy ... Bank Teller
Kerri Higuchi ... Ticket Clerk
Fern Ward ... Soup Server
Tanya Fishburn ... Mitch's Assistant
Brett Baxter Clark ... Construction Site Cop (as Brett Clark)
William Barillaro ... Bus Driver
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adeline Allen ... Girl Hugging Dad at Airport (uncredited)
Jeanne Allen ... Girl Hugging Dad at Airport (uncredited)
Cabran E. Chamberlain ... Tourist (uncredited)

Chris Guzzi ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Bethany Hazelitt ... Ginny's Daughter (uncredited)
Jesse King ... Groom Family Member (uncredited)

Russell Milton ... Alex (uncredited)

John Papp ... Safe House Guest (uncredited)
Steven Paul Zsenyuk ... Wedding Party Dancer (uncredited)
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Directed by
Michael Apted 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Nicholas Kazan (written by)

Produced by
Rob Cowan .... producer
Jeanney Kim .... co-producer
E. Bennett Walsh .... executive producer
Irwin Winkler .... producer
 
Original Music by
David Arnold 
 
Cinematography by
Rogier Stoffers 
 
Film Editing by
Rick Shaine 
 
Casting by
John Brace 
Linda Lowy 
 
Production Design by
Doug Kraner 
 
Art Direction by
Andrew Menzies 
 
Set Decoration by
Tracey A. Doyle 
 
Costume Design by
Shay Cunliffe 
 
Makeup Department
Teresa M. Austin .... makeup supervisor
Margot Boccia .... makeup artist: Ms. Lopez
Susan Germaine .... hair stylist: Ms. Lopez
Rod Ortega .... key hair stylist
Martin Samuel .... hair department head
Pamela Santori .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Ellen Lent .... production supervisor: San Francisco
Dennis Stuart Murphy .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joan G. Bostwick .... second assistant director
Simon Crane .... second unit director
Robert Huberman .... first assistant director
Stephen V. Johnson .... assistant director: second unit
Steve Love .... assistant director: second unit
Nancy L. Ventura .... second second assistant director (as Nancy Ventura)
 
Art Department
Tom Altobello .... assistant property master (as Tommy Altobello)
Bobby Bednar .... general foreman: construction
David T. Cannon .... construction coordinator
Melanie S. Chretin .... assistant property master
Brady J. Condit .... props: Washington
Cary Conway .... stand-by painter: main unit
Peter N. Griffith .... on-set dresser
Mark David Kersey .... greensman
Jennifer Lax .... buyer
Thomas Lenz .... painter
Paula Maslowski .... set decorating buyer
Luigi Mugavero .... lead man
Jessica Otto .... art department assistant
Renee Prince .... painter
Anya Rudnick .... art department coordinator
Steven Samanen .... graphic artist
Lisa Shaftel .... stand-by painter
Jana Treadwell .... set dresser: Washington
Chris Ubick .... property master
Suzan Wexler .... set designer
Alan Feffer .... propmaker (uncredited)
Jay Koiwai .... stand-by painter: second unit (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Randle Akerson .... supervising sound effects editor
Paul Apted .... assistant sound editor
Lucy Coldsnow-Smith .... supervising dialog editor (as Lucy Coldsnow)
Susan Dawes .... dialogue editor (as Susan Shackelford)
Matthew Dettmann .... foley artist (as Matthew Dettman)
Ken Fischer .... sound effects editor
J. Aloysius Flanagan III .... assistant sound editor
Christopher Flick .... foley editor
Tom Fox .... utility sound
Tim Gomillion .... sound recordist
Gary A. Hecker .... foley artist
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer
Mildred Iatrou .... dialogue editor (as Mildred Iatrou Morgan)
Robert Janiger .... production sound mixer
John A. Larsen .... supervising sound editor
Paul Massey .... sound re-recording mixer
George W. Scott .... boom operator
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
David Wolowic .... first assistant sound editor
 
Special Effects by
John Richardson .... special effects coordinator
Rick Thompson .... special effects coordinator (as Richard L. Thompson)
 
Visual Effects by
Lloyd Lee Barnett .... digital compositor
Peter Koczera .... senior digital artist
Derek Ledbetter .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Wade Allen .... utility stunts
Jill Brown .... stunt double: Jennifer Lopez
Joe Bucaro III .... stunt double
Simon Crane .... stunt coordinator
Terry Jackson .... stunt double: Noah Wyle
Rick Miller .... stunts
Gábor Piroch .... stunts: van driver
Brian Simpson .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Baird .... video assist operator: second unit
Edward Barnes .... best boy electric
Paul Bode .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Martin Bosworth .... rigging gaffer
Brad Boyer .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Frank Buono .... camera operator: doggicam
Makiko Carlson .... assistant camera (as Makiko Watanabe)
Fred Cooper .... dolly grip
Willie E. Dawkins .... electrician
Louie DeMarco .... second assistant camera
Alan R. Disler .... first assistant camera
Shawn Ensign .... grip
Ron Ervin .... studio best boy grip
Greg Etheredge .... electrician (as Greg Etherridge)
David Goldsmith .... video assist operator
R. Dana Harlow .... grip
Tom Hutchinson .... second assistant camera
Ian Jennings .... rigging electrician
Loren Johnson .... electrician
Michael LePard .... rigging electric
J.D. Ligier .... balloon light technician
Kenji Luster .... camera operator: second unit
Victor Macias .... rigging grip
W. Ted Mayer .... rigging grip
Bruce McCleery .... chief lighting technician (as Robert Bruce McCleery)
Niles McElroy .... best boy rigging electric
John McEveety .... assistant camera
Dean Mitchell .... camera operator
Jason Newton .... grip
Keith Ogier .... second assistant camera: second unit
Jimmie R. Owens .... grip
Kevin C. Potter .... first assistant camera: second unit
Christopher Prampin .... electrician
Sean Prichard .... rigging grip
Norbert F. Quiban .... rigging electrician
Van Redin .... still photographer
Brian H. Reynolds .... key grip
David W. Slodki .... lighting console programmer
Gregory D. Smith .... best boy rigging grip: Seattle
Robert Stillman .... rigging grip
Rodney Taylor .... director of photography: second unit
John Trapman .... aerial director of photography
Chris Trillo .... grip: second unit
Hootly Weedn .... lighting technician
Chris Weigand .... lighting technician
Rick Wiley .... grip
Alfredo Denila .... rigging grip (uncredited)
Joe Hill .... rigging grip (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Jennifer Jarvis .... casting assistant
Derek J. Marquardt .... casting assistant
Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson .... voice casting
Alder Sherwood .... extras casting
Travis Watson .... extras casting assistant: Seattle (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lisa Bojarski .... wardrobe assistant
Mary Iannelli .... costumer (as Mary White)
Jayne Marie Kehoe .... set costumer
Jennifer Lax .... costume shopper
Helen Monaghan .... costume supervisor
Tim Wegman .... costume shopper
 
Editorial Department
Andrew Blustain .... assistant editor
Thomas Calderon .... first assistant editor
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Dale Jones .... avid technician
Elana Joy Livneh Lessem .... apprentice editor (as Elana Joy Livneh)
Autumn Lisa Mason .... apprentice editor
Harry Muller .... color timer (as Harry C. Muller)
Ron Orenstein .... dailies colorist
Eric Rigney .... avid technician
 
Music Department
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist
Dina Eaton .... music editor
Robert Fernandez .... scoring mixer
Zigmund Gron .... music editor
Stephen Hilton .... musician: programming and keyboards
Joe Lisanti .... music editor
Maria Newman .... musician
Bryan Pezzone .... musician: piano
John Rodd .... orchestral scoring recordist
William Ross .... music arranger: "Alive"
Bart Samolis .... musician
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn
Tom Raney .... musician: percussion (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
John Burnette .... driver
Steve De Leon .... transportation captain
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car
Grady Hughes .... driver
Ronnie King .... transportation
Jeremy Morgan .... driver
James Nordberg .... driver: prop truck
David Pappas .... transportation captain: San Francisco
William Powell .... driver
Paul Ripple .... transportation assistant
Timothy P. Ryan .... transportation captain
Don Tardino .... transportation captain
Bob Wachs .... driver
Rick Wiley .... driver: camera car: Port Townsend
Bruce Callahan .... transportation (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Wade Allen .... fight consultant: Krav Maga
Linda Asuma .... stand-in
Steve Bannatyne .... assistant production coordinator: San Francisco
Brian Bird .... assistant location manager
Eric Blyler .... production coordinator: San Francisco
Jeffrey Brown .... set production assistant: San Francisco
Shawn Chou .... production assistant
Mary Clutts .... assistant location manager: San Francisco
Noah Cooksey .... production assistant
Joni Cuquet .... field publicist
June Czerwinski .... assistant: Mr. Winkler
Chris Daher .... stand-in
Jennifer Dunne .... location manager
Teddy Gersten .... production assistant
Michael Goosen .... production accountant
Vanessa Grayson .... stand-in
Marie Healy .... key assistant location manager: second unit
Vic Heutschy .... unit publicist
Jim Hill .... medic
Jean Hodges .... food stylist
Lindsay Hudson .... construction medic
Kyle Hutchison .... production assistant
Jason Inman .... set medic
Robert 'B.O.B.' Izzard .... security head
Saisie M. Jang .... assistant location manager: San Francisco
Morgan Johnson .... location assistant: San Francisco
Tracy L. Kettler .... production coordinator
Cort Kristensen .... assistant: Mr. Apted
Dar Larizadeh .... balloon light technician
H. Skye Leslie .... assistant production coordinator: Seattle
Jimmy Louie .... production assistant
Kevin Lum .... set production assistant: Seattle
Jim Maguire .... production assistant
Julie Milstead .... assistant: Mr. Cowan
Kwame Parker .... assistant: E. Bennett Walsh
Kim Percival .... production coordinator: prepartion
Cynthia Phillips .... first assistant accountant
Liz Probst .... payroll accountant
Elaina Reagan .... stand-in
Julia Rhoton .... production assistant
Arlene Rodriguez .... assistant: Ms. Lopez
Chad Saxton .... set production assistant: Seattle/San Francisco
Patrick Smith .... set production assistant: San Francisco
Trish 'The Dish' Stanard .... set production assistant: Seattle and San Francisco
Jennifer Webb .... assistant production associate
J. Wilfrid White .... production assistant
Michael Yanni .... assistant to manager
Hélène Cardona .... voice: Darcelle (uncredited)
Andrew R. Gardiner .... location scout (uncredited)
Alder Sherwood .... stand-in (uncredited)
 

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for intense scenes of domestic violence, some sensuality and language
Runtime:
115 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Certification:
Argentina:16 | Australia:MA | Brazil:14 | Canada:14A | Finland:K-15 | France:-12 | Germany:12 | Iceland:L | Malaysia:18SG | Netherlands:12 | New Zealand:R16 | Norway:15 | Peru:14 | Philippines:PG-13 | Portugal:M/16 (original rating) | Portugal:M/12 (re-rating on appeal) | Singapore:PG | Singapore:PG13 (re-rating) | South Korea:15 | Spain:13 | Sweden:11 | Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) | Switzerland:14 (canton of the Grisons) | UK:15 | USA:PG-13 (certificate #38102)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
The fighting technique learned by Slim is Krav Maga ("contact combat") the Israeli self defense technique.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Slim returns the page from Mitch's mistress, Darcelle, we see a close-up of Slim entering the number on the cell phone. The cell phone is different than the cell phone she was using in the previous and subsequent shots.See more »
Quotes:
Mitch:All right, man against woman. Is that really fair?
Slim:Fair for whom?
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Movie Connections:
References "The Waltons" (1971)See more »
Soundtrack:
This Guy's in Love with YouSee more »

FAQ

What form of self-defence does Slim learn?
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17 out of 31 people found the following review useful.
Am I the only person who realizes how awful this movie is?, 12 September 2007
Author: Steven Moses from United States

I appreciate a good "bad movie". If a movie is bad enough, it can be fun to watch. This movie, however, is SO bad that you can't even enjoy it's awfulness. I mean seriously. I'm *very* patient for bad movies, in many cases i love them, but this may very well be the absolute worst movie I've ever seen, and not just because of the terrible supporting actors.

In all sincerity, pornography typically has better writing and directing than this, and the plot makes more sense. The real paradox about this film; despite being disorganized and random, it somehow manages to be totally predictable.

For those who haven't seen it, the basic plot is that a WONDERFUL guy marries j-lo and gives her everything she wants. 5 years into the marriage, his pager goes off, and she looks at the number instantly comes to the conclusion that he's cheating on her. She decides to leave in the middle of the night while he's asleep in the room, rather than during the hours and hours he's away during the daytime. So he decides to kick j-lo in the face a bunch of times, which doesn't leave a scratch on her. The rest of the movie is basically him pursuing her.

So she runs away, and he chases after her, trying VERY visibly and publicly to kill her. By "publicly" i mean doing things like... knocking down total strangers to run up to a bus she's on, then pounding on the side of the bus while screaming something to the effect of "I AM GOING TO KILL YOU AS SOON AS I CATCH YOU BITCH"... or kicking in hotel room doors... or sending goons to vandalize the place she's living at, who delight us by delivering gripping and thrilling lines like "Hey Bitch, do you know what it feels like to die because you are so stupid?". In fact, i think the word "bitch" occurs once for every 3 spoken lines.

The characters fail to achieve even a meager 2 dimensions; even cartoon villains are more conflicted than these characters. The "bad guys" (i.e. men) are 100% evil and unremorseful, and the "good guys" (i.e. girls) are perfect and pure in their motivations.

If you enjoyed this movie, be sure to also catch Troll 2 and Panic Room and Road Rage. I enjoy terrible movies, but this was just above and beyond terrible.

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