"Are you crazy?" asks the hapless hero of this sun-washed, purportedly steamy exercise in neo-noir cliche-slinging of the pudgy, dirty-nailed femme fatale who's just tried to drown him in a swimming pool. "Yes!" she exults, prompting him to... well, prompting him to do nothing except continue hanging around shirtless and looking sullen. This is far from the most preposterous moment in Klaus Menzel's debut feature which, though released theatrically by MGM, achieves depths of incompetence usually reserved for ultra-low-budget, direct-to-video, erotic thrillers. Wealthy Miami matron Maureen Doherty (Jacqueline Bisset) is abruptly widowed when her husband, high-powered ...