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Cyndi Lauper and Jeff Goldblum play two psychics hired by Peter Falk to find his long lost son in a foreign country. When they get there they discover he's really hired them to help find a hidden temple in the mountains where all the psychic energy in the world comes from. Written by
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This isn't your son's shirt.
Sure it is.
No. This shirt's only been worn by one man, an older man much too old to be your son.
Did I say my son? No! I'm sorry. I'm *his* son. It's my father that's missin', Harry, Sr.
He's not that old, he's about your age.
I'm adopted. My mother remarried. One of my high school buddies. She saw his picture in my yearbook and, WHAMMO.
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Sylvia (Cyndi Lauper) and Nick (Jeff Goldblum) meet at an institute
studying those individuals who have psychic abilities. Sylvia channels
a lady named Louise, who can predict the future, and Nick can touch
objects and then give detailed accounts of the objects' history. Whew!
This twosome do not exactly hit it off, at first. Then, Sylvia learns
that her boyfriend only wants her around so he can win at the racetrack
and Nick discovers his long-standing partner has been cheating, too.
Suddenly, Harry (Peter Falk) appears and asks for the duo's help in
locating his missing son in Ecuador. He'll pay bigtime, of course. It's
off to South America, to battle forces of evil in a quest for truth
and, possibly, a treasure. Can Sylvia and Nick begin to like each other
among the Inca ruins?
This is, truly, a funny movie. Lauper does a great job as the much
put-upon Brooklyn dame and Goldblum is quite nice as her more learned
and unexpected suitor. Falk is just down right hilarious as the
scheming Harry. The script has some great one-liners and surprises
while who can resist an exotic setting south of the border? If you
should stumble across this film on television or at the video store,
give it a whirl. It will bring a dose of sunshine into your life.
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