Ohio natives Henry and Nancy Clark (Steve Martin, Goldie Hawn) are having a hell of a time getting to New York for Henry's big job interview: Their plane is diverted to Boston, they miss the train, they rent a car and get lost on the Cross Bronx Expressway. And things don't improve once they arrive: Every mugger, snotty hotel manager (John Cleese, in high Fawlty
mode), bank robber, overzealous cop and nosy neighbor in the city that never sleeps seems to be gunning for them. Granted, this is a transparent star vehicle for Martin and Hawn, whose considerable comic gifts sometimes transcend the shopworn material with which they're forced to work. But Neil Simon's...