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: Even with a solid Blu-ray presentation that kicks up the overall presentation a notch, I can’t help but feel that One for the Money is a completely unnecessary flick that shouldn’t have gone into production in the first place.
Summary: 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.
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.