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Time Out saysIt's hard to fathom what Feldman intended with this smug, excessively 'smart' tale, related largely in flashback, of the rise and fall of a passionate but shallow New York love affair between Peña and the resistible McCarthy. She returns home from work one day to find him in the kitchen stabbed with a samurai sword. (They are practical jokers.) How did it happen? Who did it? Who cares? Probably not Feldman who seems more interested in shooting his actresses' naked thighs.