A big smelly hunk of overripe cheese from the queen and king of crassness and indecent proposals, producer Sherry Lansing (The Accused, Black Rain) and director Adrian Lyne (9<4 Weeks, Jacob's Ladder), whose previous joint effort was Fatal Attraction. This time their story is a noncomic variation on Honeymoon in Vegas and a companion piece to Pretty Woman that similarly asks the audience to flirt with the virtues of prostitution: at a Las Vegas casino, billionaire Robert Redford offers a million dollars to spend the night with Demi Moore, who's happily married to Woody Harrelson; after their obligatory refusal, the couple cave in and agree, and their marriage starts to come apart. With a shamelessly cliched script by Amy Holden Jones (based on a novel by Jack Engelhard) that includes a speech plagiarized from Citizen Kane, the results are only for those who can take fare like Valley of the Dolls with a straight face and want to see Redford play Jay Gatsby again. John Barry's music, incidentally, is vintage glop all the way; with Oliver Platt and Seymour Cassel.
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