I couldn't remember for sure if I'd ever seen this Burt Reynolds vehicle before or not, but after the opening scene I realized I had seen it before. However, after competing my rewetting of the film, I now realize why I didn't remember the film. It's a completely forgettable crime flick. Burt is a PI/Bagman/Fixer of sorts who helps a hooker get revenge on a sleepy rich guy and also helps another rich guy toughen up. That set up isn't terrible, but the film unfolds in a meandering fashion that's completely uninteresting and seems to go nowhere, which is a surprise since the film was written by the great William Goldman who wrote such classics as "Marathon Man," "Misery" and "The Princess Bride." The film is mostly disappointing because I do think it had the potential to be a strong vehicle for Burt.