Alan Arkin is a finely tuned comic reactor, in a style that might be described as freeze-dried hysteria, but he is severely overtaxed in a ridiculous spy spoof that subjects him -- a Manhattan dentist, home and family in New Jersey -- to a harebrained CIA agent, an excess of Mack Sennett chases, and a ding-a-ling Latin American dictator. The laughs are occasional; the sickly, jaundiced color is constant. With Peter Falk; written by Andrew Bergman; directed by Arthur Hiller. (1979) — Duncan Shepherd
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