(2018) (Anna Faris, Eugenio Derbez) (PG-13)
- QUICK TAKE:
- Dramedy: To get even with a spoiled billionaire playboy for the way he treated her, a single mom who's training to be a nurse cons that man into thinking he's her husband and father to her three girls when he falls off his yacht and washes up on the shore suffering from amnesia.
- Kate Sullivan (ANNA FARIS) is a single mom to Emily (HANNAH NORDBERG), Olivia (ALYVIA ALYN LIND), and Molly (PAYTON LEPINSKI) who's holding down several jobs while studying to pass her nursing exam. While cleaning part of the yacht owned by playboy Leonardo Montenegro (EUGENIO DERBEZ) -- who's been tapped by his ailing father, Papi (FERNANDO LUJAN), to take over the company business rather than either of his sisters, Magdalena (CECILIA SUAREZ) and Sofia (MARIANA TREVINO) -- Kate has a bad run-in with the billionaire and he ends up pushing her off the yacht and throwing her cleaning gear into the water.
That costs her that job, and with her facing an eviction notice, Kate's friend, Theresa (EVA LONGORIA), concocts a wild scheme when they see on the news that a man washed up on the shore with amnesia. With Kate recognizing him, Theresa proposes that they con Leonardo into believing he's Kate's husband and father to their three kids. With Theresa's construction foreman husband, Bobby (MEL RODRIGUEZ), agreeing to employ him, Kate decides to go through with the ruse, even getting her daughters to play along.
At first, the newly renamed Leo can't believe he's married, has kids, and is poor, but knowing he's suffering from amnesia, he cautiously goes home with them. Wanting her revenge, Kate puts him to work as little more than her domestic slave labor, all so that she has more time to study. But as he gets better and then good at what he does both at home and at work, Kate tries to figure out how to tell him the truth, all while realizing that will break her daughters' hearts as well as her own now that she's started to fall for him.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- If they're fans of anyone in the cast they might show some interest. Otherwise, it doesn't seem too likely.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG-13
- For suggestive material, partial nudity and some language.
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