Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages
Filter by Categories
A Deadly Adoption
Anchorman 2
Arrested Development
Articles & Interviews
Awards & Nominations
Career and Projects
Charity & Causes
Despicable Me 2
Despicable Me 3
Drunk History
Friends with Kids
Gallery Updates
Girl Most Likely
Guest Starring
Guest-Starring Roles
Hateship, Loveship
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Media Alerts
Miss Famous
Nasty Baby
Other Projects
Photo Archive
Press Library
Public Appearances
Revenge for Jolly!
Rumored Projects
Saturday Night Live
Sausage Party
Short Films
Site Announcements
Stage Productions
Talk Shows
Television Series
The Diary of a Teenage Girl
The Groundlings
The Heart
The Looney Tunes Show
The Martian
The Other Woman
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
The Skeleton Twins
The Spoils Before Dying
The Spoils of Babylon
Throwback Thursday
Toni Erdmann Remake
TV alerts
Video Archive
Video Updates
Voice Work
Welcome to Me
Wet Hot American Summer
Wet Hot American Summer
Zoolander 2


The Kristen Wiig fansite



Directed by: Mike Judge
Written by: Mike Judge
Produced by: John Altschuler, Michael Rotenberg
Original release: September 4, 2009
World premiere: August 18, 2009 at The Paramount in Austin, Texas
Running time: 92 minutes
Kristen Wiig as: Suzie
Other cast: Jason Bateman, Mila Kunis, Ben Affleck, J.K. Simmons

  More information at IMDb.com

A flower-extract plant owner is contending with an ever-growing avalanche of personal and professional disasters. An employee at the factory has just suffered an unfortunate accident on the assembly line, but little does the put-upon owner realize that things are about to get much worse. As the injured employee threatens to sue and it begins to look like his company will be bought out, the frazzled owner attempts to catch the culprit responsible for stealing wallets from the coat room and begins to suspect that his wife is sleeping with the gigolo he hired to seduce her.

Movie Quotes

Brad: I’ve never felt this way for anyone before… And I’ve been with a lot of chicks.
Suzie: Okay… Um… Look, Brad, I love my husband. I really do. And this was a mistake, I’m sorry. I don’t know what got into me. I was bored and frustrated and I was not feeling particularly pretty. We have to stop this. This has made me realize I really want to my marriage to work. Sorry.
Brad: This doesn’t mean that we can’t still see each other though, right?
Suzie: Yes, that’s exactly what it means.
Brad: Why?
Suzie: Um… Because of everything that I just said.