- Cast: Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan, Michelle Trachtenberg, Jason Lee, Rashida Jones, Seann William Scott, Adam Brody, Susie Essman, Kevin Pollak, Ana de la Reguera, Fred Armisen, Mark Consuelos, Guillermo Díaz, Adrian Martinez, Jim Norton, Jordan Carlos, Eddie J. Fernandez, Sean Cullen, Stracy Diaz, Eliezer Meyer
- Director: Kevin Smith
- Writers: Mark Cullen, Robb Cullen
- Producers: Polly Cohen Johnsen, Marc Platt, Michael Tadross
- Executive Producers: Mark Cullen, Robb Cullen
- Art Direction: Jordan Jacobs
- Casting: Jennifer Euston
- Costume Design: Juliet Polcsa
- D.O.P.: David A. Klein
- Editor: Kevin Smith
- Makeup: David Presto
- Music: Harold Faltermeyer
- Production Design: Michael Shaw
- Set Decoration: Chryss Hionis
Two longtime NYPD partners on the trail of a stolen, rare, mint-condition baseball card find themselves up against a merciless, memorabilia-obsessed gangster. Jimmy (Bruce Willis) is the veteran detective whose missing collectible is his only hope to pay for his daughter's upcoming wedding, and Paul (Tracy Morgan) is his "partner-against-crime" whose preoccupation with his wife's alleged infidelity makes it hard for him to keep his eye on the ball.
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Filming Locations: New York City, USA
- MPAA Warning: Pervasive language including sexual references, violence and brief sexuality
- Production Companies: Marc Platt Productions, Warner Brothers
- Production Schedule: 2 June 2009 - 14 August 2009
Warner Bros. picked up the project in turnaround in 2008 from Gold Circle Films, where it had been in development with Robin Williams and James Gandolfini in the lead roles.
Jason Mewes was approached for a role in this film, but couldn't make it due to scheduling conflicts.
2010 Guide Analysis: "Originally armed with the best film title of the Spring ("A Couple of Dicks"), director Kevin Smith fought but ultimately had to change it to a safer sounding one in order to be able to advertise the film. Unlike his previous work though, he is only directing this time out with scripting duties handled by "Gary the Rat" showrunner Robb Cullen. Smith has stated that the film isn't a "Kevin Smith film" as such, but just a 'job' he took so don't expect the ViewAskew hallmarks such as the geek focus or his signature and often delicious dialogue.
Reports from production seemed to indicate things went fine, though the director doesn't have a lot of kind words to say about star Bruce Willis. The supporting cast is strong, and the premise is sound enough that it looks like one to anticipate. Smith happily talks about the gushing test screening reaction of all his films, but that talk is unreliable considering how his output has often proven quite varied in quality. Early critical reviews will tell is this is another bit of "Chasing Amy" brilliance, or something along "Jersey Girl" mediocre lines."