Take talents like Jeff Goldblum, Bob Hoskins and Natasha Richardson and put them together in a comedy and you should have a funny movie. Against all odds, however, THE FAVOUR, THE WATCH, AND THE VERY BIG FISH only succeeds intermittently in amusing, conveying more the waste of a good cast
than movie magic.
Louis Aubinard (Hoskins) is a "devotional photographer" of religious themes in search of the perfect Christ model who succeeds, in a roundabout way, when the favor he does for an actor friend brings him together with Sybil (Richardson). A leg waxer in a beauty shop, Sybil does acting work on the
side, primarily as a moaner for porno loops, which brings her to...