In a movie which has nothing to do with the old television series of the same name, Owen Wilson (always a good sign) and Eddie Murphy (think Pluto Nash
, and be afraid) team up to stop Malcolm McDowell (whos been phoning in his broad villain role for so long that hes now got it on speed dial) from selling a top-secret U.S. weapon to some generically brown-skinned terrorists. Wilson is charming and funny, and Eddie Murphy is only mildly annoying, which is a lot to ask from Eddie Murphy, really. Plus, there are some decent jokes and some well-done action scenes, and Famke Janssen appears in her underwear, which I consider a selling point, seeing as shes Famke Janssen and all. So, on the whole, decent popcorn-level entertainment as long as you arent expecting Robert Culp and Bill Cosby to bound around a tennis court looking for Soviet spies.