Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Greg Mottola|
|Produced by||Nancy Tenenbaum|
|Written by||Greg Mottola|
|Music by||Richard Martinez|
|Edited by||Anne McCabe|
|Distributed by||Columbia TriStar|
Eliza (Davis) discovers a love letter that may prove that her husband Louis (Tucci) is having an affair, so she decides to go to New York City and confront him. Her family, including her parents Jim (Pat McNamara) and Rita (Meara), her sister Jo (Posey), and Jo's live-in boyfriend Carl (Schreiber), go along for the ride in the family station wagon from Long Island.
Release and receptionEdit
The Daytrippers was released on March 5, 1997. The film opened to 52 theaters and grossed $35,988 in its opening weekend. Overall, the film grossed $2,099,677 domestically. The movie received positive reception and the movie review site Rotten Tomatoes currently gives the film a 73% "Fresh" rating.
- Maslin, Janet (March 5, 1997). "The Daytrippers (1996) A Day in Manhattan: It's No Day at the Beach". The New York Times.
- "The Daytrippers". Box Office Mojo.
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