Star softball player, Lisa, has just been cut from the national team; Scholarly business man, George, has just been indicted from his father's company. With everything that they know in their lives taken from them, Lisa and George attempt to find romance. Lisa's potential boyfriend, Matty, however, is as clueless and perpetually single as they come, and George's girlfriend just dumped him. A chance hook-up through mutual friends, Lisa and George may be able to form a friendship, or more, that can help them climb out of the piles of lemons that life has handed to them.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG-13 for sexual content and some strong language (on appeal/re-edit)
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17 December 2010 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Everything You've Got
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Opening Weekend USA: $7,484,696,
19 December 2010, Wide Release
Gross USA: $30,212,620, 23 January 2011
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
Jack Nicholson's and James L. Brooks' fourth film together. See more
The scene from the "Nationals'" bullpen where one of the Nats relief pitchers throws a note to a female fan in the stands was actually filmed in the visitors' bullpen at Nationals Park. The visitors' bullpen (in left-center field) is more open and sunny (scene was filmed in the morning) while the real Nationals bullpen (in right field) is shaded by the stands above it. See more
George, I thought you were this silly guy. Now, it's like everything but you seems silly. Who knows what I'm saying here?
I think I know what you're saying.
It's just a thought- I might not at all be...
You love me too.
Features Kramer vs. Kramer
Turn Off The Lights
Written by Kenny Gamble
(as Kenneth Gamble) and Leon Huff
Performed by Teddy Pendergrass
Courtesy of Legacy Records / Philadelphia International
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing See more