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The Sweetest Thing (10-Apr-2002)

Director: Roger Kumble

Writer: Nancy M. Pimental

Music by: Edward Shearmur

Producer: Cathy Konrad

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A hopeless romantic embarks on an off-kilter courtship adventure upon meeting her Mr. Right.

ABSTRACT
Jaded San Franciscan Christina Walters, frustrated with her inability to find a worthwhile suitor, happens upon her "Mr. Right" when she runs into realtor Peter Donahue while out clubbing with pals Courtney and Jane. Unable to form a connection with the man of her dreams that night beyond learning that his brother Roger is set to get married in their tiny hometown, Christina opts for a road trip with her pals, heading out on a ridiculous journey to find true love.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Christina Applegate
Actor
25-Nov-1971   Married with Children
Jason Bateman
Actor
14-Jan-1969   Arrested Development
Selma Blair
Actor
23-Jun-1972   A Dirty Shame
Cameron Diaz
Actor
30-Aug-1972   There's Something About Mary
Georgia Engel
Actor
28-Jul-1948   Georgette on Mary Tyler Moore
Frank Grillo
Actor
8-Jun-1963   Nick Monohan on The Gates
Thomas Jane
Actor
29-Jan-1969   The Sweetest Thing
James Mangold
Film Director
16-Dec-1963   Walk the Line
Johnny Messner
Actor
11-Apr-1970   Det. Jack Hale on Killer Instinct
John Bennett Perry
Actor
4-Jan-1941   Fools Rush In
Parker Posey
Actor
8-Nov-1968   Waiting for Guffman

CAST

Cameron Diaz   ...   Christina
Christina Applegate   ...   Courtney
Thomas Jane   ...   Peter
Selma Blair   ...   Jane
Jason Bateman   ...   Roger
and
Parker Posey   ...   Judy
Lillian Adams   ...   Aunt Frida
Herbert Ankrom   ...   Wedding Guest #3
Bryan Anthony   ...   Geeky Guy
Linda Asuma   ...   Brawling Bridesmaid
Vahe Bejan   ...   Taxi Driver
Joe Bellan   ...   Mr. Martin
Chelsea Lee Bond   ...   Greta
Alexander S. Chance   ...   Wedding Guest #1
Judith Chapman   ...   Judy's Mother
Charlie Dell   ...   Wedding Priest
Richard Denni   ...   Gramps
Timothy J. Dodge   ...   Bar Counter Guy
Georgia Engel   ...   Vera
Rick Evans   ...   San Francisco Policeman #2
Ann E. Fields   ...   Valerie
Melanie H. Gassaway   ...   Spinner #1
Jennifer Gimenez   ...   Mariangela
Siena Goines   ...   Tammy
Marc Goldsmith   ...   Paramedic #1
Frank Grillo   ...   Andy
Tria Katz   ...   Lynne
Craig Kvinsland   ...   Waiter
John Lehr   ...   Ralph
Loren Lester   ...   Mr. Mooney
Eddie James Low   ...   Chinese Butcher
Mason Lucero   ...   Tommy
Olivia Lucero   ...   Susie
George Maguire   ...   Fr. Flynn
Mary Mahagian   ...   Park Ranger
James Mangold   ...   Dr. Greg
Eddie McClintock   ...   Michael
Johnny Messner   ...   Todd
Jill Miller   ...   Gina
Mitch Mullany   ...   Craig
Shannon Murphy   ...   Spinner #3
Philip Pavel   ...   Room Service Waiter
John Bennett Perry   ...   Judy's Father
Nancy Priddy   ...   Mrs. Franklin
Manny Rodriguez   ...   San Francisco Policeman #1
Max Rosa   ...   Bobby the Bouncer
Andrea Sabesin   ...   Sheila
Jeanne Sakata   ...   Ming
Hellena Schmied   ...   Spinner #2
David Nathan Schwartz   ...   Usher
Linda Stein   ...   Wedding Guest #4
Jonathon E. Stewart   ...   Eddie
Erik Stolhanske   ...   Paramedic #2
Ted Stryker   ...   Chuck
M. Darnell Suttles   ...   Fireman
Sybil Temchen   ...   Rebecca
Branden Williams   ...   Cheeta
Damon Williams   ...   Wedding Guest #2
Don Winston   ...   Eric the Bartender
Kristoffer Winters   ...   Neal

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