Star Jeff Bridges once said of working on this film: "I was turned on by the idea of working again with director Lamont Johnson, with whom I'd done The Last American Hero (1973) ('Stock Car Racer'). And I was curious about the phenomenon that is Farrah Fawcett-Majors [Farrah Fawcett]. But I did worry that she was into being a personality, and not an actress. But whatever fears I may have had soon disappeared - she was great! By the end of the first week, I couldn't believe how good she was. After two weeks, I said to myself: 'You had better look sharp, Bridges!". See more »
What do you get when you mix together cutesy-poo romance, self-conscious comedy and a muddled mystery plot that nobody cares about? You get this Hitchcock imitation that can't stand up to any kind of comparison with the real thing. Farrah Fawsett is too flat here to make us believe that any man would become infatuated with her at first sight. (**)
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