Excerpt: Didn’t we just do this? The whole, “Awkward, unknowing bounty hunter chases down an old flame wherein romantic hijinks ensue?” It sounds familiar. A Gerard Butler/Jennifer Aniston joint? What was that called? Bounty something? Oh, right. The Bounty Hunter . Duh. People hated it.
Conclusion: It appears there are three audiences that are going to enjoy 'One for the Money:' Women, fans of Katherine Heigl's other movies, and fans of Janet Evanovich's books. It isn't as terrible as I predicted it would be, but it sure isn't as entertaining as one would hope.
Excerpt: I know it’s wrong to judge a book by its cover. And, conversely, a movie by its poster or Blu-Ray artwork. But I couldn’t help myself when One for the Money arrived. I don’t recall it being in theaters, but it looks relatively new.
Conclusion: One for the Money is an odd case of having a lot of winning attributes, but never really gelling into anything that is remotely as entertaining as it should be. Heigl is an appealing performer, and she does decent enough work here establishing Stephanie Plum's pluck as well as her inherent...
Excerpt: One For The Money operates under the notion that its main character is likeable. Unfortunately, she’s not. She’s the type of impulsive woman that runs over ex-lovers with her car and runs over the audience’s good will with her bumbling and selfish approach to life.
Excerpt: The first novel in Janet Evanovich’s bestselling Stephanie Plum series has been in development as a film for nearly 20 years, which is apparently how long it took for everything to turn out horribly wrong.
Summary: One For The Money overraskede stort. Det er en sjov fortælling, som indeholder en masse spøjse episoder. Sjovt tema med den unge smukke dusørjæger, som resulterer i en særdeles underholdende film, der kan ses af alle.