An uptight advertising exec has his entire life in a filofax organizer which mistakenly ends up in the hands of a friendly convict who poses as him.
6/10 Nice filofax... ......said no one ever in 2018! A nostalgic trip to a wierd past. I liked it for a 90's movie, and it is cute, but not very funny. But a feel-gooder and everyone is nice and happy, but somehow brain-dead - like it is supposed to be! But I was surprised how sexist and racist it was in comedy movies from the 90's! Not something I had ever questioned before. Like this fun reviewer noticed: > One of the really great qualities of this movie was just how racist, anti-semitic, and sterotypical it was. Did Spencer get lost in a bad neighborhood and ask for directions, only to get mugged? Yup. Was their a talkative, annoying, single Jewish woman? You betcha. Was the President of the company Japanese, leading to lots of references to their culture like being on time, bowing, respect, and politeness? You know it. [90' sterotypes in comedy](https://www.sportwatchers.com/single-post/2016/12/21/Spovie-Review-Taking-Care-of-Business)