I don't see how it managed to get a rating as high as 15% fresh.
This movie is bad with a capital Bah. Which is odd, because I usually like Salma Hayek. But no...it's bad. Bad. Bad. I can usually find some redeeming quality in the worst movies, and even here, there is some good: If you've ever wanted to go to the Bahamas, it's a pretty good 100 minute tourism ad for Nassau.
Just keep your iPod on, and you'll be fine.