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Based on humorist Dave Barry's best-selling first novel, BIG TROUBLE follows the comedic chaos created when a mysterious suitcase that threatens the security of Miami changes the lives of a divorced dad, an unhappy housewife, 2 hit men, a pair of street thugs, 2 love-struck teens, 2 FBI men, and a psychedelic toad. There is something for everyone no matter who is looking for BIG TROUBLE -- and in the end, all-star comedy conquers all.
Tim Allen, Omar Epps, Dennis Farina, Ben Foster, Janeane Garofalo, Jason Lee, Dwight Myers, Rene Russo, Tom Sizemore, Stanley Tucci, Johnny Knoxville, Zooey Deschanel, Patrick Warburton, Jack Kehler, Sofia Vergara, Michael McShane, Andy Richter, Lars Hansen, DJ Qualls, Daniel London, Cullen Douglas, Flip Schultz, Patrick Mickler, Gerald Owens, Mitchell Carrey, Nathalie Latronico, Jonathan Kasdan, Ian Marioles, Philip Nolan, David Koepp, Barry Sonnenfeld, Jay Rasumny, Ruben Gomez, Antoni Cornacchione, Siobhan Hogan, Kava Stewartson, Gloria Kennedy, Carmen Lopez, Mark Salem, Renato Campilongo, Marc Macaulay, James Kelly, Dave Corey, Selma Cipes, Sid Raymond, Jody Wilson, Maurice Alevy, Mia Finnegan, Eric Geller, Paul Barth, Stephen Blandino, Rick Lazzarini, Randy Simmons
© 2002 Touchstone Pictures
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: With its large cast and frantic comic pacing, Big Trouble labors for slapstick-style hilarity, but it never really gains steam.
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Common Sense Says
Sharp, funny movie for high schoolers and up.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this movie has comic violence (no one badly hurt), including shooting and scuffles. Characters lie, cheat, steal, smoke, drink, and use bad language. There are comic sexual situations (including a foot fetishist) and brief non-sexual nudity. The scenes involving airport security and a bomb on a plane, the reason the movie's release was delayed after the 9-11 terrorist attacks, may cause more twinges than laughter. The movie is at the upper end of the PG-13 rating, closer to an R.
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The parents’ guide to what’s in this movie.
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- Genre:Comedy, Thriller
- Release Date:April 5, 2002
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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