An enjoyable, light-hearted romantic comedy with some cute incestuous undertones, CHANCES ARE is among the best of the body-switch films that cluttered movie screens in the late 1980s. The film opens in the mid-1960s with the wedding of Corinne (Cybill Shepherd) and Louie Jeffries
(Christopher McDonald). Their best man and best friend is Philip Train (Ryan O'Neal). The three of them lead a blissful life in Washington, DC until tragedy strikes a year later when Louie is killed by a speeding car. As the years pass, Corinne and Philip remain best friends, while Philip acts as
a surrogate father to Miranda (Mary Stuart Masterson), Corinne's daughter. Enter Alex Finch (...