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Comedy about running from the police

A policeman and a blond woman (who is not his wife) are running from some higher police crew. This policeman of ours is loyal to his wife, he doesn't cheat on her with this other woman. His phone's ringtone is Achy Breaky Heart by Billy Ray Cyrus. Her phone's ringtone is "For Elise" by Beethoven and he hates it. They will use this music later when he needs to puke out a key that he swallowed before. There is a scene in a hostel/motel reception when the owner, who is an Arab, tells the policeman and the blonde: "Check-In?" but the policeman heard him "chicken". In order to lower the price for one night in two-bed room, the policeman frightens him by rubbing a wet napkin on the reception desk saying that it can detect explosives. Afterwards, there is the scene where the policeman and the blond would have to blow up the policeman's personal car and he makes a bit of a big deal out of it. The blonde accuses him for acting immature, but he is defending himself by saying that she can't understand what is like to lose something very important to one, because she always had what she wanted.
asked Jul 11, 2016 in Name That Movie by B. M. S. (46 points)

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You can search for soundtracks. This is what I got:
answered Jul 14, 2016 by inbcfrank (41 points)
It's none of these. Thanks, anyway!