In Her Shoes: One is a party girl who steals, lies and leeches off anyone she can. She believes that her looks will get her through anything, but her idea of sex is a drunken fumble in a bathroom during a high school reunion during which even the remotest hint of romance is demolished when she throws up. The other is a lawyer with low self-esteem and an ordered life which, when it includes a man, is something that she confesses, "does not usually happen to her". At the moment, however, she has found herself in bed with her boss, Jim (Richard Burgi) and she likes him a lot. Maggie and Rose Feller (Cameron Diaz and Toni Collette) are sisters who could not be more unalike. When their differences finally push them apart they ultimately discover - through a grandmother (Shirley MacLaine) whose existence has been kept secret from them by their father (Ken Howard) - that they are incomplete without each other. Truth About Cats And Dogs: Screenwriter and executive producer Audrey Wells credits Cyrano de Bergerac as the influence behind her screenplay for The Truth About Cats & Dogs. She felt that women are sometimes judged by their looks - just as Cyrano was judged by his giant nose.Abby (Janeane Garofalo), a witty veterinarian who hosts her own radio talk show, is anything but confident when it comes to men. When a smitten caller named Brian (Ben Chaplin) asks her on a date, she begs her beautiful neighbour, Noelle (Uma Thurman), to take her place. With Abby and Brian falling in love over the phone, and Noelle falling in love with a slightly confused Brian in person, the resulting chaos sets off an escalating series of hilarious dates and misunderstandings!