Bruce Willis's marvelous performance as a contract killer only makes everything else about this comedy seem more pathetic. Coincidence drives the plot when Willis moves in next door to Matthew Perry, an excitable American dentist living in Montreal. In the role of Perry's receptionist, Amanda Peet has to demonstrate several scenes' worth of pseudofeminist moxie before she gets to take all her clothes off. In the role of an enforcer, Michael Clarke Duncan (The Green Mile) gets the rare opportunity for a black actor in a white ensemble to drive both a car and a boat. And in the role of Perry's wife, Rosanna Arquette gets to take a break from doing a heavy French-Canadian accent to give head. Written by Mitchell Kapner and directed by Jonathan Lynn. 98 min.