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The film acquires a pleasant, syncopated rhythm as it bounces from one unlikely event to another.
It has its moments, and many of them involve the different kinds of special appeal that Arquette and Madonna are able to generate.
Even if the plotting (a mistaken identity farce involving that old chestnut, amnesia brought on by a bump to the head) is square as a square peg. Madonna has never found a better fit than the role of Susan.
All of this is cause for consistent smiling and a few outright laughs, without ever building to complete comedy.