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The Heartbreak Kid (4-Oct-2007)

Directors: Bobby Farrelly; Peter Farrelly

Writers: Scot Armstrong; Leslie Dixon; Bobby Farrelly; Peter Farrelly; Kevin Barnett

From short story: A Change of Plan by Bruce Jay Friedman

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A hopelessly single middle-aged man meets and marries the woman of his dreams, only to cross paths with someone better on his disastrous honeymoon.

ABSTRACT
Remake of The Heartbreak Kid (1972). Put-upon sporting-goods store owner Eddie, pushing forty with nary a love interest in sight, meets and marries the seemingly perfect Lila after six weeks of dating. Lila reveals herself to be a horrid companion during their Mexican honeymoon, placing poor Eddie in an awkward situation made even worse when he ignites a flame with Miranda, an affable lacrosse coach who may very well be his actual soulmate.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Malin Akerman
Actor
12-May-1978   The Heartbreak Kid
Rob Corddry
Comic
4-Feb-1971   The Daily Show
Stephanie Courtney
Actor
8-Feb-1970   Tom Goes to the Mayor
Leslie Easterbrook
Actor
29-Jul-1949   Drill Instructor in Police Academy
Polly Holliday
Actor
2-Jul-1937   Somebody, kiss her grits already
Eva Longoria
Actor
15-Mar-1975   Desperate Housewives
Danny R. McBride
Actor
29-Dec-1976   Eastbound & Down
Carlos Mencia
Comic
22-Oct-1967   Mind of Mencia
Michelle Monaghan
Actor
23-Mar-1976   Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Terry Moran
Journalist
9-Dec-1959   ABC White House Correspondent
Dean Norris
Actor
c. 1963   Hank Schrader on Breaking Bad
Ben Stiller
Actor
30-Nov-1965   There's Something About Mary
Jerry Stiller
Actor
8-Jun-1927   Frank Costanza on Seinfeld
Scott Wilson
Actor
29-Mar-1942   The Ninth Configuration

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