Guarding Tess, it's called. I saw the last hour, maybe less, but it was really quite good. The basic plot is that a secret service agent, Doug someone (Nicholas Cage) is assigned with his team to protect the president's widow, Tess someone (Shirley Maclaine) - I'm horrible with surnames... Anyway, at first they just don't get on - she doesn't want the protection, she's stubborn, and he's at his wit's end. At the point I started watching, she went for a joy ride with her chauffeur, Earl. Turns out she also has an inoperable brain tumour. She's being protected solely because she's a public treasure, apparently. She gets kidnapped by Earl's sister and brother-in-law, and Doug figures out Earl's involved and gets her location out of him, thus getting there in time with the FBI, etc. and saving her life.
It's a comedy, done well, amusing but not overly so. It's easy and fun to watch, but honestly, given the way they developed the relationship between Doug and Tess (intentionally, I might add, despite my initially seeking it out in subtext because of my inherent Norma/Joe-esque radar in these situations) it's quite a... dangerous subject matter to explore in a low-budget light comedy.. Older woman/younger man is never really explored without there being Ulterior Motives (even in Sunset the implications are less than innocent; I just... chose to ignore them. :P) so it was quite refreshing in itself, just watching these two grow fond of each other... It was done so nicely, too. Just slipped in there when nobody expected it, nothing explicitly said, nothing admitted, nothing happening, just... there. Lovely. I can see quite a few people who weren't expecting it just going "But he... and she... and they... oh. Okay."
So... I need to watch it again. And I'm utterly ashamed to admit that not five minutes later, I wanted to write fic for it. I need help.
I also watched the first night of I'm Famous and Frightened on Living, and I think I can safely say my IQ has dropped about ten points in the process. I knew it wasn't going to be anywhere near as good as Most Haunted, but wow, I didn't think it would be that bad. I mean, really. It's utterly horrendous. Keith Chegwin, you may have been doing live television for over thirty years (wow, really?) but that doesn't mean you're any good at it. And no, I'm not just saying this because I'm biased as a MH fangirl. It really, really was appalling.
And I'm listening to the two hour IF&F Extra in the background, and I feel my brain trickling out of my ears. For the love of God, make them stop...