A pleasant comedy, but any film starring Matthau and Jackson--and written by such funny men as Shulman and Epstein (among others)--should have been much funnier. Matthau is a doctor whose longtime wife has just died. He was absolutely faithful to her for more than 30 years and is now
determined to make up for lost time by becoming a middle-aged lecher. Jackson has just divorced a world-class adulterer and wants the kind of man Matthau used to be as a new husband. Carney is a dotty chief of staff who can't even remember the name of his hospital, and Benjamin is a young doctor
whose main role is to take care of the plot points. Jackson and Matthau meet, have some ver...