Seems Like Old Times
Seems Like Old Times ★★½ 1980 (PG)
A sweet lawyer (Hawn) finds herself helping her ex-husband (Chase) when two robbers force him to hold up a bank. Grodin is the new spouse threatened by Chase's appearance and by the heavies he's trying to escape. Betterthanaverage script, with funny and appealing characters. 102m/C VHS, DVD . Goldie Hawn, Chevy Chase, Charles Grodin, Robert Guillaume, Harold Gould, George Grizzard, T.K. Carter; D: Jay Sandrich; W: Neil Simon; C: David M. Walsh; M: Marvin Hamlisch.
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