The hapless victim of identity theft pursues his thief to Florida where he attempts to bring her to justice even if unwillingly.
It's not inventive. It's not original. What it does is work for those who are fans of the film's star even without knowing much about the film itself.
Every lamebrained, idiotic conflict comedy looks exactly like this. It may appeal to those who don't care for much in the way of derivation from their favorite styles, but for more discerning tastes, it's a waste of talent.
Did they really add all that much to the second trailer or have I seen it a few too many times at the theater and they've both blended together. Regardless. It looks as moronic as it did in its first incarnation, so there's no gain.
-Wesley Lovell (October 7, 2012) Original
-Wesley Lovell (February 3, 2013) New Trailer