After leaving the prison, the dwarf criminal Calvin Sims joins to his moron brother Percy to steal an expensive huge diamond in a jewelry for the mobster Walken. They are chased by the police, and Calvin hides the stone in the purse of the executive Vanessa Edwards, whose husband Darryl Edwards wants to have a baby. Percy convinces Calvin to dress like a baby and be left in front of the Edwards's house to get inside the house and retrieve the diamond. Darryl and Vanessa keep Calvin for the weekend and decide to adopt him, while Walken threatens Darryl to get the stone back.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Big things come in small packages.
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual humor throughout, language and brief drug references
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14 July 2006 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $21,613,176,
16 July 2006, Wide Release
Gross USA: $58,645,052
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $101,595,121
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
The scenes with Calvin were filmed twice: once with dwarf actors Linden Porco
and Gabriel Pimentel
together with the other actors, and once with Marlon Wayans
alone wearing a green bodysuit against a green screen. In post-production, Porco's and Pimental's heads were replaced with Marlon's. Their bodies were also painted brown in order to match Marlon's face. See more
When the beer waitress thought Darryl slapped her ass and called her bad names she pours beer over him so he gets all wet. But in the next scene he is completely dry. See more
[after almost getting hit by a truck
It ain't worth it, let me out...
When aired on TV the scene where Little Man is giving the middle finger instead of being blurred out or recording the scene again like most TV edits it is digitally omitted to look like he is giving Grandpa the fist. See more
Written by Harry Nilsson
Performed by Penfifteen Club
Penfifteen Club appears courtesy of Fundamental Music, Inc. See more