Film #14 of 'It's June Jim, but not as we know it.'
I wish I had seen this when it was released. I think my 16-year-old self would have guaranteed a life-long Jennifer Connelly crush, if only for that one scene (if you've seen it, you know what I mean)
Apart from the lovely Mrs. Connelly this is actually a rather enjoyable film. Sure, it's simple, but the comedy is quick and snappy and because it is tightly paced there is no room for annoying static. It starts, it finishes and in between you're entertained, all you could ask for really.
Whatever happened to Frank Whaley? He is actually rather good here. I always appreciate his energy and even though he sometimes comes across as a Downey Jr. clone I somehow feel he deserved a better career than he has had now.
Lovely 90's comedy with John Hughes's hand firmly present which makes for an ejoyable 80 minutes.