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Breakin All the Rules (2004)

When it comes to getting dumped... He wrote the book.

Original Title : Breakin' All the Rules
Director : Daniel Taplitz
Writer : Daniel Taplitz
Genre : Comedy
Romance
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Paddy Cullen , Kevin Halloran , Lisa Tornell
Music : Marcus Miller
Photography : David Hennings
Distributor : Screen Gems Inc.
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for sexual material/humor and language.
IMDB ID : 0349169
Official site : http://sonypictures.com/movies/breakinalltherules/
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poster for "Breakin All the Rules" by Daniel Taplitz (2004)
Breakin All the Rules (2004) - Daniel Taplitz
 

Starring

Jamie Foxx Quincy Watson
Gabrielle Union Nicky Callas
Morris Chestnut Evan Fields
Peter MacNicol Philip Gascon
Jennifer Esposito Rita Monroe
Bianca Lawson Helen Sharp
Jill Ritchie Amy
Samantha Nagel Sandra/Executive Assistant
Grace Chan Secretary
Danny Comden Sam
Octavia Spencer Stylist (as Octavia L. Spencer
Heather Headley Herself
Patrick Cranshaw Mr. Lynch
Tate Taylor Attendant
Bob Stephenson Ticket Master
Gerald Emerick TV Host
Amie Petersen Girl
Faune A. Chambers The Betty (as Faune Chambers
Mario Carter Man at Party
Ambrose Lamond Clayton Man at Party
Trae Ireland Trey
Trina D. Johnson Woman at Party (as Trina Johnson
Clyde Sherman Man at Bar
Alonzo F. Jones Delivery Man (uncredited
Steven J. Pershing Zig Zag Valet (uncredited
Allen Theosky Rowe Club Guy (uncredited
 

Plot

Jamie Foxx stars in Breakin' All the Rules, a romantic comedy about a man who, after being unceremoniously dumped by his fiancée, pens a "how to" book on breaking up and becomes a best-selling author on the subject. Not wanting his male friends to suffer the same fate, he gives them advice on dumping their mates. What ensues is a hilarious comedy of errors. Morris Chesnut and Gabrielle Union co-star.
 

Comments

Yummy yummy pass the hot sauce!, 14 May 2004 Author: heliopase1 Sexy, smart funny. Hot hot hot. I only went because I didn't want to get stuck watching a big long epic that lasts a million years and is not about life right now (the other movie that opened this weekend). I am happy to say that I did not regret my decision at all. As far as I'm concerned, Breakin' all the Rules does just about everything right. Lots of laughs. Great tingle moments. Awesome song. Fast moving. Great chemistry -- who know Jamie Foxx could be THIS sexy!!! I know it's about breakin' up, but I'm taking my boyfriend next time I go anyway -- but I'd better not catch him taking notes!!!My only criticism would be that the title is kind of stupid.