I found the tag line for Dana Carvey‘s 1990 film Opportunity Knocks to be too good to pass up as a title to the said film’s review. This cheesy film wasn’t all bad (but I wouldn’t consider it good either.)
Dana Carvey essentially plays himself (named Eddie) as a funny, extremely lucky con man who falls in love with his victim. This causes problems. There are a lot of cheesy moments. Also, the popping music is a little obnoxious. The acting is average.
The theme is very confused. It wants to be a comedy, but turns into a romantic redemption movie. Yup.
All in all, this movie is cheesy. Hands down.
It runs 103 minutes and is rated PG-13. I give it a better-than-expected 5 ramheads out of 10.

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