is a very enjoyable “thief caper” with a touch of humor that
reinforces the seriousness of “being in love.” That is, when actions support the words, then it’s believable,
such as in the end when Brosnan pleads for Hayek to return to him. The atmosphere and tone is sensual, funny, and while I didn’t
expect to be laughing when I went to see this movie, I ended up being
entertained with the humor.
Also, the tropical,
sunny surroundings of the Bahamas is a fitting backdrop for the movie. Paradise Island, which is a bridge away from Nassau on New
Providence Island, has just received publicity from this movie. Cruises also get a helping hand from this movie. And
the Straw Market in Nassau will get more cruise-vacationing business from
the indirect marketing of this movie.
where Brosnan and Hayek live show a kind of "slower pace" of
life in the Bahamas, and should you be seeking an even slower pace, visit the Out
Islands of the Bahamas.
I laughed at the
lobster scene because I was able to relate. Something I thought
would never happen after a trip to Cape Cod.
The four, lead actors
do a wonderful job and overall, this is a movie worthy of your time.