The Amazon write up pretty much tells the basic unrealistic plot, which is immaterial to the comedy. Nicky Whelan, the only real bright spot of the film, plays Jamie Stephens / Diane Blaine. Diane is attempting to break into the film industry but looks too much like Jamie Stephens to get cast. Along with her jealous boyfriend Jack (Chris Kattan) they work at a restaurant which has a new owner, Jean Luc Marceau (Jeremy London). London plays the role like Brendan Frasier with a bad accent. Diane used to pose nude for Jean Luc when she was in Paris. The movie takes some even more unrealistic turns when the mafia gets involved.
David Spade plays a talk show host, providing us with some early humor. The movie was not well scripted. It managed humorous scenes, such as Diane's junk food binge, but not laugh out loud funny. At times the humor sunk to low levels, although we have seen worse. Collen Camp adds to her outlandish roles.
F-bomb, brief sex, sex talk, nudity (Josie Goldberg, Tabitha Taylor, Meriah Nelson, Jessica McClain, Kristeen Reimnitz, Lexi Baxter, Nicole Oring)
A weak 2 1/2 stars. Might make for an okay rental if your maturity is young and expectations are low.