Sinbad plays wisecracking Secret Service agent Sam Simms, assigned to protect the President's rebellious 14-year-old son Luke (THE MIGHTY DUCKS' Brock Pierce). Simms would much rather be protecting the President, and Luke would prefer to be just a regular kid without a watchdog trailing him everywhere he goes. But a genuine friendship develops between the two when Simms volunteers to teach Luke how to deal with a school bully (HOME IMPROVEMENT'S Zachery Ty Bryan), and to untie his tongue so that he can win over a cute girl in class. But when Luke's mysterious Internet buddy convinces him to ditch his bodyguard in a crowded mall, the fun and games suddenly become a matter of life and death! The votes are in from both audiences and critics -- "Sinbad is hilarious" (KNX Radio/CBS Radio) in this "laugh-a-minute" comedy (Sneak Previews).|Exteriors of the landmarks such as the Washington Monument, the Mall, and the Treasury Building were shot in Washington, D.C.|The film features an appearance by Sonny Bono, who spends his screen time insisting that he's a legislator, not an entertainer.|Comic Sinbad, who stars as Secret Service Agent Sam Simms, was formerly known as David Adkins when he was discovered on TV's STAR SEARCH many years ago.|In the film, Sinbad's penchant for loud clothing keeps him from getting choice assignments.|Special sets had to be constructed of the Executive Residence and the Oval Office, since filming at the White House was not possible.|Retired assistant director of the Secret Service, Bob Snow, served as a technical adviser for the film.