Walter Davis is a workaholic. His attention is all to his work and very little to his personal life or appearance. Now he needs a date to take to his company's business dinner with a new ... See full summary »
After a single, career-minded woman is left on her own to give birth to the child of a married man, she finds a new romantic chance in a cab driver. Meanwhile the point-of-view of the newborn boy is narrated through voice over.
Walter Davis is a workaholic. His attention is all to his work and very little to his personal life or appearance. Now he needs a date to take to his company's business dinner with a new important Japanese client. His brother sets him up with his wife's cousin Nadia, who is new in town and wants to socialize, but he was warned that if she gets drunk, she loses control and becomes wild. How will the date turn out - especially when they encounter Nadia's ex-boyfriend David? Written by
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Bruce Willis goes on a blind date with Kim Basinger (who loses control when she is drunk) and total chaos strikes. The night goes into a tail-spin very quickly and it appears that Basinger's ex-boyfriend (lawyer John Larroquette) may end up winning her back in the venture. Willis, almost totally ruined by Basinger over the course of the evening, might even get thrown in prison unless....you guessed it, Larroquette helps him out. Naturally, Larroquette's father (a priceless William Daniels) is the judge. Would-be-funny comedy just never does jell too well and only presents stupid alcoholic lush routines for Basinger while the males of the production just act pretty much as scenery. Phil Hartman steals every scene as Willis' annoying brother. 2 stars out of 5.
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