www.boxoffice.com - : Based on the unpublished novel ''Watch That Man'' by Robert Farrar, who co-adapts, this Bill Murray comedy is a genial production that places its bets on the continued funniness of the same basic joke, varied over and over. Des Moines videostore clerk Wallace Ritchie (Murray) goes to visit James (Peter Gallagher), his brother who's found riches in London. His arrival coincides with an important business dinner James is throwing; to have the bumpkinish Wallace out of the way for the night, James gets him in a popular piece of theatre in which a participant enacts some street skullduggery with a corps of actors. It's all to begin at a particular phonebooth, but the call with instructions that Wallace receives is, unknown to him, for a real-life hitman. Soon, all the while thinking the gunfire, car chases, knockout potions and ticking bombs are only stageplay, Wallace finds himself involved with Russian underworlders, scheming British spymasters and a gorgeous callgirl (''Trial by Jury's'' Joanne Whalley). more...