This exceedingly bland cable-TV caper flick received a lot of publicity when its producers sued Pamela Anderson Lee for leaving the project. (She claims she refused to do simulated sex scenes; apparently star Kathy Ireland felt the same way, because there aren't any left.) On the basis of
the finished product, it's hard to fathom Lee's objections: the film is nothing more than a style-less, sex-less, time-killer.
Veteran con artist Marsha Thomas (Kathy Ireland) is in debt to shyster Henry Kronfeld (Richard Sarafian), who defended her brother Frankie (Shareef Malnick) on gambling charges. Under Henry's orders, Marsha distracts computer tycoon Matt Conrad (John En...