Max (Adam Sandler) and Charlie (David Spade) old school friends who reunite at their 25th high school reunion are tired of their mundane lives: they decide to wipe the slate clean for a do-over. After faking their deaths and assuming new identities, could their lives be better the second time around?
Dying was their first mistake.
Did You Know?
At the very end of the film as Adam Sandler gets out of the pool you can see his chest is visibly pink from a previous take of jumping off the cliff. See more
When Becca and Heather are fighting at the end, Becca jumps off the 2nd floor deck and lands on Heather, who is on the street. When they both get back up, they are on the deck again and have a fight where they fall down the stairs back on the street. See more
Reunions are strange. They bring up a lot of feelings about your past. Were you a jock? A pothead? A Drama Club kid? A loser? Did you get the girl? Or did she ever even notice you? Who did you want to be, and who did you actually become?
[suddenly putting an arm on his shoulder
Damn, Charlie. You still hung up on that skank?
When the credits start to roll, it turns out that the name of the fictional pharmaceutical company Trojgaard mentioned in the movie was taken from one of the film's co-producers, Pernille Trojgaard (who is also an actress, but not in this movie). See more
References Encino Man
Cold Beer Conversation
Written by Al Anderson
, Ben Scott Hayslip, Jimmy Yeary
Performed by George Strait
Courtesy of MCA Nashville
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more