Directed by Kelly Makin (National Lampoon's Senior Trip (1995)), this was produced by Hugh Grant and Elizabeth Hurley, who had their own production company at the time. They'd already done Extreme Measures (1996), here they opted for something a little lighter. It came out around the same time as Analyze This, and it enjoys sending up gangster movie cliches and more. In New York, English auctioneer Michael Felgate (Grant), is in love with teacher Gina Vitale (Jeanne Tripplehorn), but she turns down his proposal for marriage all because of her father Frank (James Caan). When Michael meets Frank, he thinks Frank is a nice man, but then he see's that he's part of a big Mafia crime family, and it's not long before Frank has Michael auctioning off some questionable paintings at the auction house, which turns out to be part of a money laundering scam. But, when Gina's cousin Johnny (John Ventimiglia), ends up dead, Frank ends up asking Michael to help him out, even if it means becoming "Kansas City Little Big Mickey Blue Eyes". It's a very silly film, but it has some funny moments, and Grant is his usual, foppish self again, but Caan relishes the part of the mobster well, sending up what he did in The Godfather (1972), it's not perfect, but it's a good laugh and you could do worse than watch this.