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This film was written in the 1960s several times; then again in the 1970s and even again in the 1980s for some old actors who needed to look funny and sexy still.
It's the perfect piece of dross that you'd see on a flight and stick with because your defenses are down. On land, and with plenty of oxygen to the brain, there is no excuse to suffer this series of worn out clichés and stale moves.
Brosnan is perfectly at ease in this soggy soufflé, Thompson less so; she seems a schoolteacher who is slightly ashamed at doing this. The other actors all hack their way through the formula of inferior scenes and dialog.
It's so utterly lazy that the creative team might have used their time better by dozing on the couch and watching old movies.
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