|Director/Writer:||James F. Robinson|
|Director of Photography:||John Thomas|
|Production Designer:||Denise Pizzini|
|Producers:||James F. Robinson and Marshall Persinger|
|October Films; PG-13; 109 minutes|
|Cast:||Brendan Fraser, Joanna Going, Celeste Holm, Ann Magnuson, Lou Rawls, Angus MacFadyen and Toby Huss|
Fraser plays Fletcher McBracken, a New-Agey street performer and hopeless romantic whose premonition about meeting the love of his life leads him to Roz Willoughby (Going). But Roz, a young yuppie who has been burned by love, proves pretty frigid. But no challenge is too great for our persistent hero! The effectiveness of this romantic comedy's sappiness depends largely on one's soft spot for the boyish charms of Fraser, who walks a fine line between adorable and annoying.