All Genres: Sport
Release Year: 2005
Director: Kevin Dunn
Writing by: Paul Heyman – writer
Ed Koskey – writer
David J. Lagana – writer
Tom Laughlin – writer
Produced by: Kieran Bent – producer
Paul Heyman – executive producer
Vince McMahon – executive producer
Vince McMahon – producer
Cory Poccia – assistant producer
Cory Poccia – field producer
Cory Poccia – on location producer
Cast: Paul Heyman – Himself
C.G. Afi – Tony Mamaluke
Bill Alfonso – Himself
Michael Alfonso – Mike Awesome
Kurt Angle – Himself
Steve Austin – Himself
Doug Basham – Himself
Chris Benoit – Himself
Eric Bischoff – Himself
Terry Brunk – Sabu
Charlie Bruzzese – Himself
Music: Jon Mattox
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Plot Outline: Since girlhood, TAYLOR has believed that love and marriage are the most important events in every woman's life…
Plot: Since girlhood, TAYLOR has believed that love and marriage are the most important events in every woman's life. Now she's 35 and single with no prospects in sight. As Taylor and her friends wade through the mire of the L.A. dating pool, they realize a lot more is involved in finding the right mate as they meet co-dependents, addicts and sexual deviants. As they hit bottom, thinking there maybe no happiness in their future, a trap door opens leading them to the discovery that they can find happiness within themselves.
Movie Quotes: Steve Austin:”>after a bunch of ECW wrestlers beat up on Eric Bishoff, Stone Cold puts a microphone to him and asks a question] Do you have anything to say?
Eric Bischoff: …fuck ECW!
Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
One of the names in the “Extras” section is “Gary Fugatafillouttadaforma” because he initially forgot to put his last name on the form.
Goofs: We know about 1 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Crew or equipment visible: When Jackson walks into the coin shop, you can see the script supervisor and boom operator in the pole mirror he walks past.
Trivia: There are 2 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- On the DVD release of the PPV, Sandman's entrance music, “Enter Sandman” by Metallica, was fuzzed out. This scrapped much of Mick Foley and Joey Styles' comments during Sandman's entrance. However, if you listen closely during Mick Foley's original commentary on the DVD, you can hear some parts of “Enter Sandman” playing.
- JBL and Blue Meanie got into a real altercation during the ECW vs WWE skirmish at the end. During the chaos if you watch those two you can see JBL really punching Meanie in the face.