Nothing earth-shattering. It's cute. It's funny enough. Done in 1992. Candy died in early 1994.
What I enjoy about this flick is the non-judgmental nature of the roles. It might be rich or not rich, but not what color, creed, gender, etc you may happen to be. It is simple slapstick. All humans equally ridiculous. No one profound. I'm pretty sure I saw this 20 years ago as a kid. But it's not so memorable in-and-of-itself. Similar plot devices across hundreds of others. If you're over 30 you may think, did I see this or just something like it? Probably both. That sums it up.
Enjoyable non-preachy romp. It's kind of like a saltine. Used to be everywhere, but now you have crackers far more sophisticated and far more demanding. Sure free range, grass fed, chicken bone broth with kale goes best with a gluten free, quinoa cracker, but sometimes you just want a cup o campbells and a saltine. This is the later.