Unshaven, petulant, lustful and crude, John Travolta's Michael is not what most people imagine when they think angel.
But there's the inescapable fact of those wings: big and white and firmly sprouting from his shoulders. Tabloid reporters Frank Quinlan (William
Hurt) and Huey Driscoll (Robert Pastorelli) are dispatched to godforsaken Stubbs, IA, in response to a letter from a local (Jean Stapleton) who claims there's an angel living in her spare room. They're accompanied by the utterly adorable Sparky, the National Mirror
's canine mascot, and
purported angel expert Dorothy Winters (Andie MacDowell), who's as baffled as the rest of them by what they f...