Blame it on Rio
Blame It on Rio ★★ 1984 (R)
A middle-aged man has a ridiculous fling with his best friend's daughter while on vacation with them in Rio de Janeiro. Caine and Johnson are amusing, but the script is somewhat weak. Remake of the French film “One Wild Moment.” 90m/C VHS, DVD . Michael Caine, Joseph Bologna, Demi Moore, Michelle Johnson, Valerie Harper; D: Stanley Donen; W: Charlie Peters, Larry Gelbart; C: Reynaldo Villalobos; M: Kenneth Wannberg.
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