Release DateApril 09, 2004
Production Budget$40 millions
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Retired hitman Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski (BRUCE WILLIS) is living the quiet life in a beachfront bungalow in Mexico, miles away from his former life.
Thanks to falsified dental records supplied by onetime neighbor and friend Nicholas "Oz" Oseransky, D.D.S. (MATTHEW PERRY), Jimmy faked his own death and has taken up a new line of work befitting his newfound domestic tranquility: cleaning the house and perfecting his culinary skills with his wife Jill (AMANDA PEET), a purported novice assassin who has yet to pull off a clean hit.
Suddenly, an uninvited and most unwelcome connection to their past shows up on the Tudeskis' doorstep. It's Oz, breathless and desperate, begging them to help rescue his wife, Cynthia (NATASHA HENSTRIDGE), from the Hungarian mob.
Jimmy couldn't be less interested. It's not his problem anymore. But before he can toss Oz out on his ear, more unexpected visitors show up. Newly paroled mob boss Lazlo Gogolak (KEVIN POLLAK) and his dim-bulb goons have followed the naïve dentist down from L.A. and right into Jimmy's Baja hideaway. All that Lazlo has been thinking about in jail is how he's going to get even with Jimmy for knocking off his favorite son, and how's he's going to fix Oz for helping him get away with it.
Now Jimmy, Oz and Jill will have to go the whole nine yards - and then some - to manage the mounting Mafioso mayhem, in this sequel to the 2000 hit comedy The Whole Nine Yards