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Shallow Hal

 

Release Date: November 9, 2001

Runtime: 113 min

Language: English

Tagline: The Biggest Love Story Ever Told.

Director: Bobby Farrelly, Peter Farrelly

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Who's In It:

Gwyneth Paltrow as Rosemary Shanahan
Jack Black as Hal Larson
Jason Alexander as Mauricio Wilson
Joe Viterelli as Steve Shanahan
Rene Kirby as Walt
Bruce McGill as Reverend Larson
Anthony Robbins as Himself (as Tony Robbins)
Susan Ward as Jill

Soundtrack / Songs: Shallow Hal - Various Artists - Soundtracks - 2001

1. Members Only - Sheryl Crow
2. Good Fortune - P.J. Harvey
3. Wall In Your Heart - Shelby Lynne
4. Sweet Mistakes - Ellis Paul
5. Afterlife - Rosey
6. Baby, Now That I've Found - The Foundations
7. This Is My World - Darius Rucker
8. Summer Days - Phoenix
9. After The Gold Rush - Neil Young
10. Lonely Girls - Lucinda Williams
11. Countryside - Randy Weeks
12. Going Going Gone - Palo Alto
13. Love Grows -Edison Lighthouse

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Quotes From Shallow Hal:

Artie: It never occurred to you that picking girls solely on their looks may not be the best way to go about it?
Hal: What, am I supposed to apologize for having high standards?
Jen: High standards? In the five years I've known you, every woman, I should say girl, you've gone after has been completely out of your league.
Hal: What's that supposed to mean?
Artie: Oh, she doesn't mean anything by it. She's just saying you're not that good looking.
Hal: Oh! I thought she was implying something really mean.

Tony Robbins: Hal, don't you think you're being a bit shallow here in the way you look at women?
Hal: Well, no! You know, I'd like her to be into culture and shit, too.
Tony Robbins: Ok Hal, hypothetical situation; Which do you prefer, a girlfriend missing one breast or half a brain?
Hal: Hmmm, toughie. What about the remaining breast? Is it big?

Hal: See, the problem is I'm kinda picky
Tony Robbins: What do you mean, picky?
Hal: Well, for instance, I like 'em real young. Like, did you ever see Paulina in her first "Sports Illustrated" layout?
Tony Robbins: You're looking for a young Paulina type?
Hal: Well, that face, but with better headlights. You know how hers have kind of dimmed lately? Heidi Klums beams would do. And her teeth. Or, ooh, that Britney Spears girl. She's got great knockers. But she's a tad muscular. Uh, actually, you know what? Her ass would do, too, if she had a better grille. Like, uh, Michelle Pfeiffer back when she did "Grease 2". But she'd have to be a little smilier than Michelle. Kinda like Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, before she got Stamosed. But not as skinny. Someone a little meatier, like Heidi. But without the accent. You know those accents: yah-yah-yah-yah. They really get old fast. You know what I mean. Someone like that.

Tony Robbins: Haven't you ever heard that beauty is in the eye of the beholder?
Mauricio: Have you heard the song "Who Let The Dogs Out"?

 

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