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Affluent and arrogant businessman bets a corporate rival that he has the wits and street smarts to live penniless and anonymous on the rough streets of Los Angeles for 30 days, which proves to be tougher than he thought.
This was supposed to be Brooks's comical stab at social injustice, a kind of My Man Godfrey for the nineties, but it doesn't work.
February 13, 2003
A slapstick vaudeville about the poor and homeless? Inadvertently Mel Brooks gives the dangerous impression that homelessness is cute and that Downtown LA is filled with adorable and eccentric people who "just happen" to be roofless.