Updated: Mon, 18 Feb 2013 07:45:00 GMT | By Emma Jones
Bruce Willis by the numbers

The Whole Ten Yards



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By this point we like to think that Matthew Perry was so scared of Bruce Willis that he was only there for money or the return of his kidnapped chick and duck. Though The Whole Nine Yards was warmly welcomed by audiences, its sequel was a spectacular box office bomb, which barely recuperated half of its $40 million budget. True, it recycled all the original cast (Willis, Perry, Amanda Peet, Kevin Pollak) and even stuck to a similar plot, but The Whole Ten Yards fell one yard short of reproducing the same wit and laughs.

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