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The film grossed $754,935 at the box office. See more »
In the police station, when Paul is handcuffed to his chair, the railings of the camera can be seen on the floor. Policemen walking by are even jumping over them. The railings disappear between shots. See more »
"Nerds in love." One of my favorite "guilty pleasures"
Guilty because I know if I admit how much I like it, I might lose some cred as a film buff. But it's a great fairy tale, Anne Bancroft's brief scenes are funny, and Tate Donovan is a man I can get behind! The scene where the nasty superficial gal crushes his ego at the bar must really hit home with a lot of men. And say what you want about Bullock, but here she shows why she became a huge star with her megawatt smile! But my favorite is Mary Mara, a great character actor given a chance to play a broadly funny, well, broad. If you ask me, Pretty Woman is overrated and this movie is underrated!
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