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A process server, Joe Tyler (played by Matthew Perry) is given the task of serving divorce papers on Sara Moore (Elizabeth Hurley), the wife of of a wealthy Texas businessman. To do so he needs to contend with her attempts at evasion and the attempts of a colleague to undermine him.
The One Thing That Could Bring Them Together Is Revenge.
23 August 2002 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Flipping the Mark
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Opening Weekend USA: $5,758,236,
25 August 2002, Wide Release
Gross USA: $16,930,185, 1 December 2002
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $20,146,150
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
When Joe Tyler is trying to serve Gordon Moore, in the arena and the camera is focussing on the table's clock (at 7:00), we can see "fair play" written on the table, which is ironic given the context. See more
When Sara originally makes up the "contract" between herself and Joe, she does not sign her name on the bottom, writing only "One Million Dollars". Later on when Joe shows her the contract, her name is signed on the bottom. See more
[Sara Moore's jeans' pant leg gets caught in a roller of a machine
[Joe Tyler helps her by unbuttoning her jeans and then tearing that caught pant leg off
Jesus Christ! I said, "Help me," not "Undress me."
Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't hear you over that big machine that was going to rip you into pieces.
Written by Rodney Clawson, Julie Corlew and Julie Wood
Performed by Julie Wood
Courtesy of EMI/April Music, Inc. and Extreme Writers Group See more
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