The day-dreaming Bo Baker is reluctantly hired by his uncle, to help out at his detective agency. Bo's inept attempts to aid a damsel in distress inadvertantly cause him to foil a Nazi plot... See full summary »
Surprisingly, this Canadian comedy isn't bad, thanks largely to a talented cast, many of whom have been in some solid films. Unfortunately, things get too formulaic, and the journey towards the inevitable happy conclusion gets to be a little slow. There is some good writing here, and there are more than a few funny parts, but these moments are attached to a VERY conventional script overall. It's okay, and a little better than I had expected, but it's still nothing worthwhile.
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