John Larroquette is the head of a detective agency that is hired to find a missing person, probably kidnapped. They employ the help of a mystic/psychic to help find the missing girl.Written by
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Sister Mary Elizabeth throws a Tae Kwon Do side kick to the chest of one of the armed kidnappers when they were in the Naked I (Boston's last strip joint in 1988). This enabled her and her friends to escape. See more »
Sister Elizabeth, Preston, and Bobby are able to leave the restaurant, get the to airport, purchase tickets to Pittsburgh, and board the plane, in the same time it takes the kidnappers to go from their apartment, into the hallway to their apartment. See more »
[answering machine message]
Hello, you've reached the Second Sight *psychic* detective agency. We know who you are and what you want, so, at the sound of the beep, hang up.
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This movie was not great, but okay. The special effects seem to do alright. But Bronson Pinchot as the psychic Bobby, does a serious amount of over acting thats not even funny. The way he does it, he looks like he did over a dozen takes. And Stuart Pankin's character Preston who is Bobby's care taker, is such an idiot, you were waiting for somebody to smack him upside his head. Seems it is John Larroquette is the only one who is funny as the uptight and cynical detective Wills. His funny performance saves the movie from extermination. Bess Armstrong seems to hold her own, has the nun who is helping them on the case. An alright film.
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