A kind of routine thriller, made better by Elizabeth McGovern and made worse by Steve Guttenberg. On balance worth watching, but don't think that this will be anything close to a Hitchcockian thriller. It thinks it is, but doesn't make it.
Leonard Maltin/Plot synopsis:
An innocent man offers to alibi for his boss' sexy wife, who witnessed an assault from his bedroom window after they made love. This apparently simple gesture snowballs into a web of crime and duplicity, in this attractive, sexy, and suspenseful Hitchcock homage. Guttenberg is no Cary Grant (or James Stewart), but the film is consistently enjoyable--if not always absolutely believable. J-D-C Scope.