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It was an accident when Ashton Kutcher was hit by the "10 pound" ash tray by bouncing off a prop. He recovered but with a large goose ache for about a week. See more »
Obvious stunt double used in the opening scene when Sarah falls over the trolley at the airport. See more »
I specifically asked for a compact.
This is a European compact.
No, this is a Ringling Brothers compact! I don't understand it. I loooked at the brochure and it had a Fiesta on the cover, not a Bingo!
Baby, just floor it.
I *am* flooring it! If I pushed any harder, my foot would blow through the floor and we would be Flintstone-ing our asses there!
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Watch it if you have absolutely nothing better to do
The typical formula movie, makes you wonder how Hollywood never gets tired of making movies like this. Ashton Kutcher might find it really hard to break his dumb guy stereotype. As for Brittany Murphy, after 8 mile, doing such a movie is definitely not a good move.
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