Big, dull, and noisy, this comedy-romance has chases galore, but its comedy is flat and its romance is grating and graceless. It also has one of those inane but complicated big-budget plots that huffs, puffs, grunts, and bends over backwards to make sure that its stars do the same.
Goldie Hawn starts as big-time wheeler-dealer Marianne Graves, who's looking forward to a dull week of business meetings in Detroit as the film lurches to putative life. Stopping at a gas station, she recognizes the attendant as her former boy friend, Rick Jarmin. We, of course, recognize him as
Mel Gibson. But for some reason Jarmin refuses to recognize Graves, insisting that he's a sim...