Rated 2.0

An arrogant, selfish playboy (Eugenio Derbez) stiffs a working-class single mom (Anna Faris) after she cleans the carpets on his mega-yacht; later, when he falls overboard and washes ashore with amnesia, she claims him as her husband, intending to get her money’s worth by putting him to work around the house. This remake of the 1987 Goldie Hawn/Kurt Russell rom-com switches the genders of the lead characters, which was probably a mistake—Derbez is scruffy-looking and charmless, without Faris’ comic flair for playing superficial characters; he’d have been more sympathetic as a working-class dad, and she’d have been funnier as Hawn’s spoiled heiress. Otherwise, the movie is passably mediocre, and at least it’s one remake that doesn’t desecrate the original—which was hardly a classic in the first place.