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The Whole Ten Yards -- Retired hitman Jimmy Tudeski is spending his days cleaning his house and perfecting his culinary skills when he's pulled back into the mayhem by Oz begging for his help in rescuing his wife.
The Whole Ten Yards -- Jimmy the Tulip's (Willis) quiet new life is shaken up by his old pal Oz (Perry), whose wife (Henstridge) has been kidnapped by a Hungarian mob. The Tulip and his wife Jill (Peet) spring into action.


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9 April 2004 (USA) See more »
They missed each other. This time, their aim is better.
Jimmy the Tulip's (Willis) quiet new life is shaken up by his old pal Oz (Perry), whose wife (Henstridge) has been kidnapped by a Hungarian mob. The Tulip and his wife Jill (Peet) spring into action. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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The Whole Ten Yards is a comedy dead zone. You watch in complete disbelief as scenes appear on the screen and die. (* out of * * * *) See more (109 total) »


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Bruce Willis ... Jimmy

Matthew Perry ... Oz

Amanda Peet ... Jill

Kevin Pollak ... Lazlo

Natasha Henstridge ... Cynthia

Frank Collison ... Strabo

Johnny Messner ... Zevo

Silas Weir Mitchell ... Yermo

Tasha Smith ... Julie

Elisa Gallay ... Anya

Tallulah Belle Willis ... Buttercup Scout

Johnny Williams ... Vito
George Zapata ... Guy in Trunk #1
Carlos Zapata ... Guy in Trunk #2 (as Carlo Zapata)

McNally Sagal ... Maitre D'

Carl Ciarfalio ... Goon #1
Doc Duhame ... Goon #2
Buck McDancer ... Goon #3 (as Buck MacDancer)
Monte Rex Perlin ... Goon #4 (as Monte Perlin)

Ian Quinn ... Goon #5
Brad Orrison ... Goon #6

Ned Bellamy ... Man in Diner
Emmett Shoemaker ... Son
Lou Beatty Jr. ... Bus Driver

Lily Kravets ... Birthday Guest #1
Jessica Flaherty ... Birthday Guest #2
Caitlin Morrison ... Birthday Guest #3
Barry Thompson ... Kiosk Vendor

Amy Pietz ... Waitress (as Amy Peitz)

Frank Pesce ... Policeman #1 (as Franck Pesce)

Robert Rusler ... Policeman #2
Irene Lopez ... Mexican Woman

Julie Lott ... Bar Patron

Directed by
Howard Deutch 
Writing credits
Mitchell Kapner (characters)

Mitchell Kapner (story)

George Gallo (screenplay)

Produced by
David Bergstein .... executive producer
Stephen J. Eads .... associate producer
Oliver Hengst .... executive producer
James A. Holt .... co-producer
Allan Kaufman .... producer
Joseph Merhi .... co-producer
Jack Nasser .... co-executive producer
Joseph Nasser .... executive producer
Arnold Rifkin .... producer
Elie Samaha .... producer
Wolfgang Schamburg .... associate producer
Ernst-August Schnieder .... associate producer
Tracee Stanley .... executive producer
Andrew Stevens .... executive producer
Andrew Sugerman .... line producer
David Willis .... producer
Original Music by
John Debney 
Cinematography by
Neil Roach (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Seth Flaum 
Casting by
Nancy Nayor 
Production Design by
Virginia L. Randolph  (as Ginny Randolph)
Art Direction by
Sally Thornton 
Set Decoration by
Peg Cummings 
Costume Design by
Rudy Dillon 
Makeup Department
Martin Astles .... makeup effects sculptor
Vivian Baker .... key makeup artist: additional photography
Fred C. Blau Jr. .... makeup artist: Mr. Willis, additional photography (as Fred Blau)
Billy Fox .... makeup artist: additional photography
Carlos Gallardo .... hair stylist: additional photography
Dugg Kirkpatrick .... hair stylist
Randy Kutcher .... assistant hair stylist: additional photography
Patricia Miller .... assistant hair stylist: additional photography (as Patty Miller)
Mark Nieman .... silicone department supervisor: Captive Audience Productions
Julie Pearce .... key makeup artist
Julie Pearce .... makeup artist: additional photography
Michael Pew .... makeup artist: additional photography
Vicky Phillips .... hair stylist: Mr. Pollak (as Vicki Phillips)
Gerald Quist .... makeup artist: Mr. Willis
Gerald Quist .... makeup artist: Mr. Willis, additional photography
Katherine Rees .... hair stylist: Mr. Willis, additional photography (as Kathryn Reese)
Linda Rizzuto .... key hair stylist (as Linda R. Rizzuto)
Linda Leiter Sharp .... hair stylist (as Linda Leiter-Sharp)
Todd Tucker .... additional set prosthetics
Jay Wejebe .... assistant makeup artist: additional photography
Randy Westgate .... key makeup artist: additional photography
Randy Westgate .... makeup artist (as Randy S. Westgate)
Wesley Wofford .... key prosthetics
Greg Cannom .... age makeup artist: Kevin Pollak (uncredited)
Nathan Franson .... makeup effects technician: Captive Audience Productions (uncredited)
John Kim .... makeup effects technician: Captive Audience Productions (uncredited)
Mary Kim .... makeup effects production supervisor: Captive Audience Productions Inc. (uncredited)
James Parr .... special makeup effects technician (uncredited)
Brian Sipe .... special makeup supervisor: Captive Audience Productions (uncredited)
Keith VanderLaan .... makeup effects creator: Captive Audience Productions (uncredited)
Production Management
Joel T. Pashby .... post-production supervisor
Andrew Sugerman .... unit production manager
Haley Sweet .... production supervisor
Barbara Russo .... post-production executive (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Susie Balaban .... second second assistant director
Susie Balaban .... second second assistant director: additional photography
Paula Case .... assistant director
K.C. Colwell .... first assistant director: additional photography
Deborah Greaney Donovan .... dayplayer second second assistant director (as Deborah Greaney)
Justin Muller .... first assistant director
Darin Rivetti .... second assistant director: additional photography
Lisa M. Rowe .... second assistant director
Basti Van Der Woude .... second second assistant director: additional photography
Art Department
Todd Bennett .... plaster foreman
Robert Bernard .... graphic designer
Inger Christiansen .... assistant set decorator
Amanda Crockett .... art department assistant
John R. Elliott .... construction coordinator
Courtney Jackson .... assistant property master
Lee J. Jashinsky .... painter
Riley 'Sean' Jones .... property assistant
Eric Lafrance .... lead carpenter
Mike Medina .... construction toolman
Mark Molina .... assistant art director
Laura M. O'Brien .... set decorating coordinator
Carisa Rosenthal .... on-set dresser
Michael Ruby .... supervising signwriter
Tom Sharp .... draper
Mike Villarino .... construction coordinator: additional photography
Sound Department
Mark Allen .... sound effects editor
Steve Baine .... foley artist
Kevin Banks .... assistant sound editor
Todd Beckett .... sound re-recording mixer
Giovanni De Paolis .... sound production assistant
Marc Glassman .... sound effects editor
Jamie Gould .... re-recording assistant
Jeremy Grody .... dialog editor
Gina Gyles .... foley assistant
Frederick Howard .... dialog editor
Trevor Jolly .... supervising sound editor
Daniel D. Monahan .... additional sound mixer
Mark Moseley .... custom looping
Todd Niesen .... dialogue denoising
Peter Persaud .... foley recordist
John Sievert .... sound
Orest Sushko .... sound re-recording mixer
Brad Thornton .... sound re-recording mixer
Edward Tise .... production sound mixer
Keenan Wyatt .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Lou Carlucci .... special effects technician
William Dawson .... special effects technician
Chris Hampton .... special effects technician
Kristen Lobstein .... special effects technician
Barry McQueary .... special effects foreman
Doug Passarelli .... special effects technician
R. Bruce Steinheimer .... special effects supervisor
Rick Thompson .... special effects coordinator
Tony Vandenecker .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Derek Bird .... digital compositor
Brian Avery .... stunt performer
Joni Avery .... stunt performer
Rick Avery .... stunt coordinator
Gary Baxley .... stunt performer
Steve Blalock .... stunt performer
Max Daniels .... stunt double
Max Daniels .... stunt performer
Eurlyne Epper .... stunt performer
Erica Grace .... stunt double: Tasha Smith
Erica Grace .... stunt performer
Jimmy Graham .... stunt performer
Alisa Hensley .... stunt double: Natasha Henstridge
Alisa Hensley .... stunt performer
Chris Howell .... stunt performer
David Hugghins .... stunt performer (as Davie Hugghins)
Gary Kasper .... stunt performer
Dennis Keiffer .... stunt performer
Brian Machleit .... stunts
Damion Poitier .... stunt performer
Jeff Pruitt .... stunt performer
Larry Rippenkroeger .... stunt double: Bruce Willis
Larry Rippenkroeger .... stunt performer
Tim Sitarz .... stunt performer
Jen Sung .... stunt performer (as Jen Sung Outerbridge)
Gary J. Wayton .... stunt performer
Doc Duhame .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Stuart Abramson .... key grip (as Stuart M. Abramson)
Al Ambrosio .... rigging grip best boy
Billy Beaird .... best boy grip (as Billy Mac Beaird)
Gary C. Beaird .... grip
John Boccaccio .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Massimo Bordonaro .... ad/pub services
Glenn Cannon .... video assist operator (as Glen Cannon)
Steve Chase .... key grip
Matthew A. Del Ruth .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Ulysses Domalaon .... first assistant camera: additional photography
Mark Freeman .... rigging best boy electrician (as Mark P. Freeman)
Noreen Graveline .... loader: additional photography (as Norine Graveline)
Seth Greenwald .... dolly grip
Jimmy Harritos .... lighting technician
Albert Hood .... electrician
Kevin Ivey .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Gemma La Mana .... still photographer
Kevin Lachoff .... camera utility
Greg Langham .... best boy electrician
Jay Laws .... lighting technician
Michael Laws .... chief lighting technician
Marc Leeger .... grip
Jeffrey Lucas .... grip
Frank Masi .... still photographer
Darrell McCormick .... electrician
Spencer McDonald .... camera operator: "a" camera (as Spencer L. McDonald)
Spencer McDonald .... camera operator: additional photography
Max Neal .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Maxim Edward Neal)
Max Neal .... steadicam assistant (as Maxim Edward Neal)
David C. Negrin .... second assistant camera: additional photography (as David Negrin)
Brian W. Nordheim .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Brian Nordheim)
Brian W. Nordheim .... steadicam operator (as Brian Nordheim)
Arnaud Peiny .... key rigging grip
Ben Peiny .... grip
Brennan Price .... lighting technician (as Brennan L. Price)
Reid Russell .... additional second assistant camera: "b" camera
Michael J. Schwartz .... rigging chief lighting technician
David A. Seekins .... camera loader (as David Seekins)
Dennis Weaver .... camera operator: "c" camera
Don Yamasaki .... electrician (as Donald M. Yamasaki)
Casting Department
Neely Gurman .... casting associate
Sandy Holt .... adr voice casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ira M. Hammons-Glass .... costumer: Mr. Willis, additional photography (as Ira Hammons)
Alix Hester .... set costumer
Garet Reilly .... costume supervisor
Lori Stilson .... costumer: Mr. Willis
Editorial Department
Justin C. Green .... first assistant editor
Michael Hatzer .... color timer
Aaron Rottinghaus .... editorial assistant
Music Department
Wolfgang Amadeus .... electronic scoring mixer
Pete Anthony .... conductor
Spring Aspers .... music supervisor
Frank Bennett .... orchestrator
Bronwen Boyan .... co-music supervisor
Tom Boyd .... oboe
Brent Brooks .... music editor: temp music
Brad Dechter .... supervising orchestrator
Sandy DeCrescent .... orchestra contractor
George Doering .... musician
Marc Gebauer .... scoring technician
Ira Hearshen .... orchestrator
Bill Liston .... orchestrator
Jason Lloyd .... scoring assistant
Hummie Mann .... orchestrator
David Marquette .... score recordist
Aaron Martin .... music programmer
Shawn Murphy .... scoring mixer
Don Nemitz .... orchestrator
Maria Newman .... musician
Roy Prendergast .... music editor: temp music
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
Nan Schwartz .... additional orchestrator
Jay Selvester .... scoring assistant
Andrew Silver .... supervising music editor
Steven L. Smith .... music preparation
Mike Watts .... orchestrator
Transportation Department
Jeff L. Anderson .... transportation production assistant
Laura C. Auldridge .... driver: Kevin Pollack
John W. Barbee .... driver (as John Barbee)
Danny Brooks .... driver (as Daniel Ray Brooks)
Jeff Couch .... transportation captain: additional photography
Paulie DiCocco III .... driver: Amanda Peet
Mark Eads .... driver: Mr. Willis
Humberto Fernandez .... driver
Mark Garrett .... driver (as Mark Garret)
Jeffrey Gowing .... driver (as Jeffery K. Gowing)
Dave Haldeman .... driver (as David Haldeman)
Wesley Hazelton .... driver
Alan Kaminsky .... transportation captain
Jimmy Kaminsky .... driver
'Wild Bill' Laczko .... transportation (as Wild Bill Laczko)
A. Welch Lambeth .... transportation coordinator (as Welch Lambeth)
Stephen A. Latina .... transportation co-captain
William Lubin .... driver
Anthony T. Mazzola .... driver (as Anthony Mazzola)
John McLaughlin .... driver: honeywagon (as John H. McLaughlin)
Mike Middleton .... picture car coordinator
Tony 'Bear' Mihalopoulos .... driver (as Tony 'Bear' Mihalopoulas)
Javier Miranda .... driver (as Javier E. Miranda)
Wayne Parviainen .... driver
Danny Routhicaux .... driver (as Daniel Routhieaux)
Michael B. Russell .... transportation captain (as Michael Russell)
Ted Schambers .... driver: Mr. Willis
Sam Seccomb .... driver: production van (as Sam Secomb)
Thomas P. Siemen .... driver
Paul Smith .... driver
Leo Stefanos .... driver
Harold L. Woods .... driver: basecamp (as Harold Woods)
Harold L. Woods .... generator driver (as Harold Woods)
Other crew
Maxine Arbarbara .... studio teacher (as Maxine Abarbara)
Debbie Atkinson .... stand-in: "Jill"/"Cynthia"
Alisha Attella .... construction accountant
Amy Barnes .... assistant: Mr. Pollak
Frymi Biedak .... assistant: Mr. Bergstein
Tiffany K. Boehmke .... business affairs executive
Christine Bonnem .... location supervisor: additional photography
Erin Borel .... assistant coordinator
T.J. Bowen .... assistant: Ms. Henstridge
Josef Brandmaier .... slate financed by
Michael J. Burmeister .... location manager
Blair Butler .... production assistant
Tom Carson .... production coordinator: additional photography
Mauni P. Caves .... assistant locations: additional photography (as Mauni Caves)
Elsie Choi .... assistant: Mr. Rifkin
Amanda Crockett .... set production assistant
Jose Cruz Tejeda .... chef
Julie Cummings .... production assistant
Paulette Dauber .... unit publicist
Jon Donahue .... additional voice artist
Jon Donahue .... stand-in: 'Oz'
Jake Donohoe .... post-production accountant (as Jake Donahoe)
David Ducar .... business and legal affairs
Duke Faeger .... stand-in: 'Jimmy' (as Dusan 'Duke' Fager)
Lauren Flaster .... assistant: Mr. Holt
Toby Forlenza .... script supervisor (as Toby Forlenza-Willis)
David A. Foster .... location manager
Mandy Friedrich .... studio teacher: additional photography
Martha Haight .... production executive: Cheyenne Enterprises
Stephanie L. Harmatz .... production assistant
Marc W. Havener .... set production assistant (as Marc Havener)
Brian O. Haynes .... co-location manager
John Heard .... production assistant (as John C. Heard)
John Humber .... set production assistant: additional photography
Patrick G. Ingram .... construction medic: additional photography (as Patrick Ingram)
Nicholas Irwin .... second assistant accountant
Saundra Janairo .... assistant: Ms. Stanley
Lucy Johnson .... set medic: additional photography
Carrie Mae Jones .... accounting clerk
John J. Kelly .... production executive
Kelly Rae Kenan Green .... assistant: Mr. Deutch (as Kelly Rae Kenan)
Nathan Kimball .... set production assistant
Erin Lander .... adr loop group
Dina J. Leuchter .... office production assistant
Sheila Louie .... production assistant
Harvey Lowry .... operations manager: Captive Audience Productions
Mary Lamar Mahler .... construction medic
Laurent Marchand .... caterer (as Laurent Marchand)
Laurent Marchand .... chef (as Laurent Marchand)
Brian McMillan .... animal trainer: additional photography (as Brian MacMillan)
Vikki McMillan .... animal trainer: additional photography (as Vicki MacMillan)
Jeff Milcheck .... production assistant
Dennis Miyamoto .... additional payroll accountant
Gerardo Monzon .... chef (as Gerardo A. Monzon)
TeNeil Moore .... production assistant
Caitlin Morrison .... assistant: Mr. Perry
Bernadette Penotti .... assistant: Mr. Willis (as Bernedette Penotti)
Michael Pfluegl .... assistant: Mr. Samaha
Jess Place .... production assistant
Carrie Ringler .... set production assistant
Danielle Robertson .... assistant to producers
Dee Austin Robertson .... office production assistant
Brett Robinson .... office production assistant
Adam W. Rosen .... legal services
Denyse Rossi .... payroll accountant (as Denyse Mihalopoulos)
Joe Rystrom .... set medic: additional photography
Christopher T. Sadler .... production assistant
Andrew Sears .... first assistant accountant
Chris Shadley .... set production assistant (as Chris 'Fish' Shadley)
Chris Shadley .... set production assistant: additional photography (as Chris 'Fish' Shadley)
Lina Shanklin .... script supervisor: additional photography
Valerie Bleth Sharp .... production coordinator
Carrie Ann Smith .... assistant: Mr. Deutch
Zack Smith .... office production assistant (as Zack Lynn Smith)
Zack Smith .... office production assistant
Barbara-Ann Stein .... production accountant (as Barbara Ann Stein)
Billy Taylor .... set production assistant
Tyler Thornberg .... production secretary
P.R. Tooke .... script supervisor: additional photography (as P.R. 'Tookie' Tooke)
William S. Turchyn II .... assistant craft service (as William Turchyn II)
Evan Wasserstrom .... assistant: Mr. Gallo
Ian Watermeier .... production executive: Franchise Pictures
Louise Weber .... assistant: Mr. Willis
Jeff Winn .... craft service
Jeff Winn .... craft service: additional photography
David Aaron .... armorer (uncredited)
Meredith Meade .... production secretary: re-shoots (uncredited)
Eric Bergman .... special thanks

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content, some violence and language
98 min
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Matthew Perry previously made a cameo in Howard Deutch's first film, "Pretty in Pink" as the kid in the record store.See more »
Continuity: In the last scene at Gogolak's place, Jill takes Jimmy's good luck charm. However a few shots later it reappears around his neck.See more »
Lazlo:You locked my son in the trunk?
Nicholas 'Oz' Oseransky:No! No, sir. He locked himself in the trunk.
Lazlo:[pause] This I believe.
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11 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
The Whole Ten Yards is a comedy dead zone. You watch in complete disbelief as scenes appear on the screen and die. (* out of * * * *), 22 August 2005
Author: Frank Rizzo from United States

The Whole Ten Yards (2004) is a comedy dead zone. You watch in complete disbelief as scenes appear on the screen and die. Every moment in this movie, begs for a single laugh, and it's as if the actors- -some who were all so promising in the original film, The Whole Nine Yards (2000)- -were promised big paychecks if they were able to tag along with the film's script.

The Whole Ten Yards assumes that the viewer has some familiarity with the first movie. Bruce Willis returns as Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski, who's now living in obscurity with his wife, Jill (Amanda Peet). Both are having problems in their marriage due to (a) Jimmy's erectile dysfunction, (b) Jill's inability to fulfill her lifelong ambition to become a contract killer and (c) Jimmy's transformation into a male-like Martha Sterwart.

Meanwhile Nicholas "Oz" Oseransky's (Matthew Perry) finds that goons have kidnapped his wife, Cynthia (Natasha Henstridge), and that they are led by Lazlo Gogolak (Kevin Pollak), the father of the mob boss (also played by Pollak in the original), who was eliminated in the original film. Oz tracks down Jimmy and convinces his old pal to give up cooking and house cleaning and help him in a rescue attempt.

Warner Bros. has been unsuccessful in making mobster-comedy movie sequels. Analyze This (1999) was a funny film, but the idea to make a sequel was unnecessary. The sequel, Analyze That (2002), was an attempt to stretch an idea beyond its natural shelf life.

But you have to wonder why the filmmakers felt it was a good move to make a sequel to The Whole Nine Yards, or why Matthew Perry, who is playing Chandler (from "Friends") again, is unlikely to have a movie career, and why the film has been toned down to a PG-13 rating (the film cheats us of another view of Peet's breasts).

Screenwriter George Gallo, on the DVD commentary, evidently has no regrets. "I think this movie is very funny," he insists, "I wrote 80 pages of genius." Apparently the scathing reviews and paltry box office have done little to humble him, as he adds, "It's like a homicidal Three Stooges."

When Hollywood lackluster sequels are meant to be made, Howard Deutch is the man to call. He's responsible for Neil Simon's The Odd Couple II (1998) and Grumpier Old Men (1995). Deutch has also directed John Hughes-produced film such as The Great Outdoors (1988), Pretty in Pink (1986), and Some Kind of Wonderful (1987).

In The Whole Ten Yards, there is a scene that makes a reference to Hughes' Planes, Tranes & Automobiles (1987), but let's just say that it was more funnier when Steve Martin and John Candy did it.

But, if you don't laugh at that, there's Kevin Pollack (again) in one of the most singularly bad performances I have ever seen in a movie. It fails by calling attention to its awfulness. His accent, his voice, his clothes, his clownish makeup all conspire to create a character who brings the movie to a halt every time he appears on the screen.

There's also the propensity of a 107-year old woman able to pass gas. Surely by now, you must be rolling in the aisles? No? Then, I will mention that Bruce Willis' character is often unpleasant. He puts on an apron and a head cloth during the early scenes, as if such a disguise would do anything other than call attention to himself.

Deutch, on the DVD commentary, is quietly apologetic as he points out all the things he wished he'd changed. "I was always sorry we didn't cut this out, " he says of one scene, "I think the joke is over." And I should mention that some of the film's elements such as the film's violence (for example, a scene where a woman gets a slap to the face) don't blend well with the film's light "comedy." And if you're planning on seeing or watching The Whole Ten Yards someday, let me tell you, it's not worth seeing for a whole ten bucks on the big screen.

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