Two middle-aged businessmen (Caine and Bologna) take a holiday in Rio without their wives but with their teenage daughters. When Bologna's daughter, a pyrogenic half-pint with the subtle approach of a heat-seeking missile, homes in on Caine, the result is a very predictable sort of French farcing about. Aside from a good exchange rate of one-liners, the chief feeling left by the movie (a remake of Claude Berri's Un Moment d'Egarement) is of a thin, cynical calculation. Sole reason to catch it would be to monitor one more step of Caine's increasing excellence as middle age overtakes him. CPea.
Blame It On Rio
Cast and crew
|Screenwriter:||Charlie Peters, Larry Gelbart|