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The Sweetest Thing

Promotional film poster
Directed by Roger Kumble
Produced by Cathy Konrad
Written by Nancy Pimental
Starring Cameron Diaz
Christina Applegate
Selma Blair
Thomas Jane
Jason Bateman
Parker Posey
Eddie McClintock
Music by Edward Shearmur
Cinematography Anthony B. Richmond
Editing by Wendy Greene Bricemont
David Rennie
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date(s) April 12, 2002
Running time 88 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $43 million
Gross revenue $68,696,770

The Sweetest Thing is a 2002 American farcical comedy film directed by Roger Kumble and written by Nancy Pimental, who based the characters on herself and friend Kate Walsh.[1] It starred Cameron Diaz, Selma Blair, Christina Applegate, Thomas Jane, Frank Grillo, and Jason Bateman.

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Plot

Christina Walters and Courtney Rockcliffe, all-around party girls, attempt to ease their roommate Jane Burns' relationship-induced depression by taking her on a girls' night out. During that evening Walters meets Peter Donahue and falls for him. However, having missed her chance that evening, Walters and Rockcliffe continue to chase him by initially crashing a wedding.

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Box office and critical reception

The film flopped in the U.S. grossing $24,718,164 U.S. of the $43,000,000 production budget. The overseas box office gross was $43,978,606.[2] Critical reaction centered on the utter unbelievability of physically attractive females experiencing mating frustrations in a club environment.

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Up to date as of January 14, 2010

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The Sweetest Thing is a 2002 romantic comedy film starring Cameron Diaz, Christina Applegate and Selma Blair.

Directed by Roger Kumble. Written by Nancy M. Pimental.
They're not as sweet as they look!Tagline

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Christina

  • Don't go looking for Mr. Right. Look for Mr. Right Now. And eventually, if he's worthy, then one day that "now" part is just going to drop away.. naturally. You know.

Dialogue

Christina: And what if Jane is the girl of your dreams, and you'll never know.
Peter: That is the sweetest thing. I never thought I'd meet the girl of my dreams by having somebody grab me in a bar and say, "Hey, you, man, I have good woman for you. She is very hot and sweet. She is there. Jane, you dance for the man!"

Christina: If I'm bah-jiggity about this guy Peter, it's only because you're telling me I am.
Courtney: Oh, my God.
Christina: What?
Courtney: You've named the puppy.

Gramps: Should have poked her in the whiskers when you had the chance.
Roger: What's that, Gramps?
Gramps: I met this hot young dish at the World's Fair back in 1940. Every moment with her was like a slice of heaven.
Peter: I bet you really miss Grandma, huh?
Gramps: Ah, fuck Grandma.

Christina: I'm such an idiot.
Courtney: No, you're not.
Christina: I meet a guy for two minutes and I'm chasing after him like he's something special.
Courtney: Well, maybe you want someone special for once, you know? Maybe you were thinkin' that you were tired of the game.
Christina: You tired of the game?
Courtney: Yep.

Peter: I'd be careful with those fat-free chips. They cause anal leakage.
Roger: You cause anal leakage.

Christina: I did come to your wedding because I wanted to see you again. Because the feeling is mutual, and you'd better be a really good kisser. [Christina and Peter kiss.] Wow. That was weak.
Peter: Weak?
Christina: It's okay. You can try again.

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