Heartbreakers

Synopsis: Max and Page are a mother and daughter con team. Max seduces wealthy men into marrying her, then Page seduces them into infidelity so Max can rake them over the divorce court coals. And then it's on to the next victim.
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Romance
Director(s): David Mirkin
Production: MGM
  4 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.2
Metacritic:
47
Rotten Tomatoes:
53%
PG-13
Year:
2001
123 min
Website
374 Views


Do you, Angela Nardino...

take Dean Cumanno as your

lawfully wedded husband...

to love, honor, and obey

till death do you part?

I do.

Out of the tree of life,

I just picked me a plum

You came along,

and everything started to hum

You happy, Baby?

I am so happy.

It's beautiful, Dean.

It's everything

I ever wanted.

Yeah?

Like the song says,

"The best is yet to come."

The honeymoon.

Oh, you got a little

bit of cake right...

I think we've put in enough of

an appearance here, don't you?

Come on, let's go.

I believe it's tradition

for the best man to dance...

with the beautiful bride.

Piss off, Leo.

Dean, you can't be

rude to your friends.

I'd love to dance with you.

The best is yet to come,

come the day you're mine

Come fly with me,

let's fly, let's fly away

Just say the words,

and we'll beat the birds

Down to Acapulco Bay

It's perfect for

a flying honeymoon

They say, come fly with me,

let's fly, let's fly away

Congratulations, man.

She's great.

I love your friends.

That's the busboy, honey.

Wow.

You even got me great busboys.

Now let's have one more

dance with the bride and groom.

Oh! Ha, ha, ha!

Are you still nervous?

No.

And thank you for respecting

my religious beliefs.

- I'm really ready now.

- Thank you, God!

I'm ready to do things to you...

that no woman has

ever done before.

How about a...

Oh.

Here it is.

Oh, it's so...

tasteful.

Oh, my God.

That's how much

I love you, baby.

You must love me...

a lot.

Take me, Dean.

Don't tease me.

I'm not...

Not a big fan

of this material.

Oh.

Angela?

Angela!

Oh, no.

Don't do this to me, Angela.

Welcome back.

Oh, my God.

What happened?

Not a whole hell of a lot.

Oh, my God.

Are you kidding me?

Our wedding night?

Oh, I am a bad wife.

No.

No, no, no.

I do got some frostbite

in some very weird places.

Oh-

You've got your whole

life to make it up to me.

And I'm going

to start right now.

Yeah? OK.

Oh!

Ohhh!

Oh, my God,

I'm going to be sick.

Just give me a minute, baby.

I'll be right back.

No, no, no.

There's no rush.

No rush.

Look, I got to stop

by the office...

before we leave

for Barbados any way.

That'll give you some

time to freshen up.

Let me give you

a quick kiss good-bye.

No! No, no, no.

That's OK, that's OK.

I- I'm late.

I'll see you in

an hour, maybe two.

Here. Put it

over here on the rack.

Hey! What the-?

- Nice security.

- Sorry, boss.

I- I went to bed

late last night.

But nothing

compared to you, huh?

Yeah. Is the Mercedes ready?

Yeah, yeah, just about.

We switched the VIN,

and Wendy's making...

the pink slip for

you to sign up there.

All right.

That's a great

wedding present, boss.

Angela's going to go

nuts for it, huh?

Maybe not as nuts as

she went last night, huh?

Huh?

Hey, boss, was

she worth the wait?

Come on-

Hey, hey, hey!

We're talking

about my wife here.

A man's wedding night is his

own private, sacred business.

It's not to entertain

lowlife scum like youse guys.

Angela's got

to be an animal.

Hey, he's even

walking funny, huh?

Hey, back to work, all right.

The break is over,

guys, come on.

Oh! Congratulations, Mr. C.

I heard the wedding

was awesome.

I'm almost through with

the docs on the Mercedes.

Oh, thanks, Wendy.

Oh, boy.

Oh, boy.

You need to sign

here and I think...

here.

Is it hard?

What?

Getting married.

I mean, I haven't

been here that long...

but I've already

heard tons of stories...

about you and women.

Yeah, well.

Those days are all over, Wendy.

Forever.

Thank you.

Ah, damn it.

Here. Let me help you.

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