OverboardDVD - 1999
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This is one of those movies I always come back to and enjoy every time. The silliness is just right for rom-com with many funny lines and a happy ending of course. AL_ANNA
ArapahoeAnna Jan 29, 2018
This is one of those movies I always come back to and enjoy every time. The silliness is just right for rom-com with many funny lines and a happy ending of course.
ArapahoeTiegan Dec 15, 2016
A rich, entitled woman gets into an accident and suddenly cannot remember who she is. A man whom she wronged before the accident gets mistaken as her husband, and decides to play along with it to get her back. Him and his three rowdy sons make her life pretty hellish, but as time goes on she star... Read More »
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1) I'm NOT a bitch, EVERYONE wants to be me
2) (after falling in the water) OH MY HAIR!
3) We moved here? deliberately?
4) (Dean) Hey sugarlips, (Joanna) Don't call me sugarlips, I have a name, its Annie
5) (Dean) It never bothered you before (Joanna -FURIOUS) WELL IT BOTHERS ME NOW
6) The sun is frying my perm, I LOOK like a bushman!
7) (get your Kleenex ready) You said moms never leave (falsetto child) lol
lol, as you can tell just LOVE this movie
"My children are in need of medical assistance! And you can sit here and smugly lecture me on the importance of tests? Tests which exist to pigeonhole children's potential, a thing which cannot possibly be measured, least of all by anal compulsive Huns! And my husband may be a "large child", but that's none of your business! And my children may be "rotten", but they're mine, and I think that they're bright and sensitive, so I have no doubts whatsoever about their intelligence. I do, however, have serious doubts about yours."
"Oh, my life is like death. My children are the spawn of hell, and you're the devil."
Joanna Staten (with amnesia, being driven in the back of a pick-up truck to her new "home" with Dean Prophet): "I just...ate...a bug!"
Coarse Language: Some mild curses, like b**ch and sh*t, and uses of blasphemous phrases, like damn and hell. Nothing too profane.
Other: The main characters drink alcohol throughout, whether it be cocktails or a six pack of beer. The female character played by Goldie Hawn also starts off as a smoker.
Violence: There's a tiny bit of slapstick violence and the film is about amnesia, so there's a slight hit on the head, but this film is not very violent at all.
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