A NAKED GUN movie for the Merchant-Ivory set, this intermittently amusing satire of all those handsomely costumed and terribly British adaptations of E.M. Forster novels relies rather more heavily on crude sight gags than its wits, but often hits its
mark. England, 1908: Aristocratic Edward Ivory (Samuel West) brings his insufferably stuffy Cambridge friend Cedric Lionel Trilling (Robert Portal) home to Ivory Hall to meet his sexually repressed sister Emily (Georgina Cates) and stodgy Aunt Agnes (Prunella Scales). Edward's hope is that Cedric
and Emily will marry. But Emily finds the Homer-spouting Cedric a bore, and Cedric, while he finds Emily's breasts "interest...