Dentist Sheldon Kornpett (Alan Arkin) is a respectable man. He has a daughter who is about to marry the son of a very suspicious character, Vince Ricardo (Peter Falk). They are practically relatives already, the wedding is so near. Certainly, Sheldon already despises Vince as if he were already a well-known relative. Nontheless, Vince calls on Sheldon and convinces him to go with him on a series of wild and hilarious adventures, claiming all the while that he is a CIA agent, and that what he is doing is in the national interest. Sheldon follows Vince to a South American country ruled by a very odd man, General Garcia (Richard Libertini), who talks to his hand (which talks back). It seems that the dictator is involved in a scheme to counterfeit and undermine U.S. currency. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi
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Glory and Dean L? Their beautiful daughter is going to marry my son this Sunday! Yes! Serpentines set aside, hands in the air, this is the best movie ever made, exclamation point! Yet -- the real issue here is whether this coffee is freeze-dried, btw? It's very good. Who loves reverse syntax as much as I do? God forbid you see Crossing Delancey for that!
This movie made me laugh out loud years ago, and it still does now. I never noticed that Alan Arkin was such a handsome man before. The combination of him with Peter Falk was priceless. Boy, but were the wedding gowns ugly back then!