The incredibly rich, but miserable New York couple, Brad and Caroline Sexton, got framed by their accountant, and fled from the IRS to the one place where no one would look for them: Amish country. Now they've got to do their best to blend in, and learn how to love all over again.Written by
When Brad enters the store looking for a phone, he says "I Come In Peace." This was one of the catchphrases used by Tim Allen's character Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story (1995). See more »
When Caroline and her friends are talking in the cafe, and Cynthia says, "You're so lucky not to have a pre-nup," she has a champagne glass in her hand. We see her then finishing off her champagne, but she never puts it down. In the next shot, her glass is on the table, we see her hand take it off the table, she drinks from it again, then she puts it down. See more »
[screaming as she is sitting in a pile of manure surrounded by cows]
What? Quiet. Those cows will jump on you.
[rolls his eyes]
Stay there. I'll be right back.
What do you mean, "stay here", Br...
[squishes her hands right in a pile of cow waste. wails]
Eeeeeeeeeuuuuwww, I have COW POOP ON ME!
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The end credits show funny outtakes and deleted scenes cut for time. See more »
Bending the Strings
Written by Allen Shelton, Jim Eanes
Performed by Allen Shelton
Courtesy of Global Licensing, Inc. See more »
Tim Allen and Kirstie Alley. Hardly A Match Made in Heaven
Tim Allen and Kirstie Alley made one of the most mismatched couples I have ever seen, but that was the beauty of this movie, and the key to why it was so funny. They played off of each other very well. I also liked the fact that it didn't bash religion the way a lot of movies do nowadays, and that it won out at the end of the day.
My only complaint about this movie was the scene where they spent the night sleeping in a cow pasture. Kirstie Alley was either very distracted or had to have her nose cut off not to notice until early the next morning that she was sleeping in cow manure. Whoever wrote that script obviously didn't spend much time in the country. To him (or her), I say if you're standing or sleeping in the middle of cow manure, you would notice it right away. Kirstie Alley is a Kansas girl. I'm surprised she didn't take the writers to task over this.
Otherwise, this was a pretty upbeat, pretty funny movie. (I guess Big John was saying in horsease "I don't think so, Tim."). Seven out of ten for this one.
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