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Plot seems to have been written by a couple of 11 year olds, so obvious and so bland.
"Crowd " scenes, consist of 30 or so extras representing "the whole town" which is an example of the very limited budget.
Generally pleasant revisiting of the 1960s / 70's TV series. The plot is obvious, but pleasant enough and the overall effect leaves a warm nostalgic feeling for the TV series.
A great musical score backs up a story that is genuinely attention grabbing and heart warming, though never schmaltzy.
Delightful stories, beautifully intertwined.
A very watchable movie that has some really nice moments, and strong lead performances from Douglas and Benning.
The sort of film to fall back on and watch again.
A pleasurable story with a few heart tugging moments, but an overall message that is uplifting.
A film that tries too hard to emulate the classic "Dirty, Rotten Scoundrels" and ultimately fails miserably.
A really poor, muddled telling of what should be a gripping drama. I found myself praying for the film to finish.
A delight from start to finish, for children and adults.
So incredibly predictable and at times soooo cheesy
Action, action, action...........action.
Where is the plot?
predictable in parts, but that is what makes it enjoyable all the same. Good guy wins (it is book 18 after all in the series)....as all feel good thrillers should end.