French writer-director Jean-Marie Poire retools his 1993 European box-office hit comedy, LES VISITEURS, with the two original stars, Jean Reno (THE PROFESSIONAL) and Christian Clavier (who co-wrote both films and is France’s answer to Jim Carrey) reprising their roles. On the eve of his wedding, 12th Century knight Count Thibault of Malfete (Reno), mistakenly kills his beloved Princess Rosalind (Christina Applegate), while under an evil spell. Grief-stricken, Thibault enlists a wizard (Malcolm McDowell) to send him back in time to avert the murder. When the wizard’s potion malfunctions, Thibault and his faithful servant, Andre (Clavier) are deposited in 21st Century Chicago, where they meet museum curator Julia Malfete (Applegate), who is the living image of Rosalind. Believing Thibault to be an eccentric cousin, Julia takes the bewildered Frenchmen home, where they encounter (and destroy) a vast array of modern conveniences. Desperate to return to his proper time, Thibault enlists Julia’s help against the wishes of her controlling, money-hungry fiance, Hunter (Matthew Ross). Meanwhile, Andre falls for a pretty, free-spirited gardener, Angelique (Tara Reid). This slapstick, fish-out-of-water comedy-fantasy introduces American audiences to one of the French film industry’s most successful writer-director-comedian teams.