Mixed Baggage is actually a good term in reference to this movie. The plot/concept is not incredibly captivating, or even realistic. However, the movie has some extremely strong points. The soundtrack, which includes Lynyrd Skynyrd, Jakob Dylan and The Wallflowers, and a mega-incredible cover of an old Cars song by a band called Red House Painters is one of the best song collections I've ever heard in a movie, and I'm amazed that it never came out as a CD. And the cast is great even if underrated for the most part. Alicia is a looker, though the role of spoiled rich girl is something she did before, and much better, in earlier films. And seeing her smoking on screen--NOT cool! Benicio Del Toro steals the show, and unlike his most famous prior role (as Fenster in the classic "The Usual Suspects"), his character manages to live all the way through the movie this time around. Christopher Walken is his usual scary self, Nick Turturro is a convincing bad guy, and Harry Connick Junior can actually act.