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I gotta admit, when I first saw this film, I didn't like it. I had a
chance to watch again (being a BIG Michael Keaton fan), and hey, it's
really good. Geena Davis, another wonderful actor, and Keaton, play off
one another so well. And it's fun to think back on "Beetlejuice". She
and Keaton again. And to watch Christopher Reeves makes one realize how
we've lost such a great actor and human being. Watch for the early car
scene when they've returned to the hotel early in the morning. It's a
hoot. I also loved Charles Martin Smith; he's just good in everything.
Remember him? He was the goofy guy in "American Graffiti". Yes, this
movie has some corny laughs, but the majority are very funny and
Keaton/Davis really connect; they are very believable. Don't miss the
scene where Keaton and Reeves are talking around the pool table; that's
also a gem. Enjoy this one; it'll make you laugh when you need a laugh.
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