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My One and Only

Rated PG-13 for sexual content and language.

PG-13 In Theaters 08/21/2009 , 85min.
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Viewer Score
68%
Viewer score based on 24 ratings
62%
Critic score based on 22 reviews

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October 22, 2009
LUCASDOWNES
I would like to see this movie but it is nowhere near Baltimore, MD. Will it ever be in this area?
October 14, 2009
Niasauntlolo
We loved this movie. Thought the 90 minutes went by pretty quickly because we were kept interested through out. Renee Zellweger will certainly be nominated for her performance. Good story and loved that portions of this movie were filmed in our home state of Maryland. We don't live far from "Aunt Hope's house" Actually saw them filming there last year. Neat!
October 11, 2009
EMor518448
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!!! Want to see it again and again. Acting superb; great storyline. You will love this movie.
September 29, 2009
yesdnyl99
This was a pretty good movie. I didn't know much about it but went to see it anyway. Good acting, good story and love the era. It's not boring at all. It keeps you watching for more.
September 19, 2009
Visornotes
Rene Zellweger will surely get some awards for this one. George Hamilton learns how to be a good son and get some sun !

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Wall Street Journal
Chief among the movie's charms are Ms. Zellweger, Mr. Rendall--whose would-be actor Robbie is a dab hand at embroidery and accessorizing his stepmother--and Mr. Lerman, who plays George as a bookish adolescent with dreams of becoming a writer. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
The 1950s suit Zellweger, as does the film. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
My One and Only has an old-fashioned sensibility -- and some lovely Mad Men-style costumes -- making for a pleasantly diverting road movie. Full Review
Joanne Kaufman
Wall Street Journal
Chief among the movie's charms are Ms. Zellweger, Mr. Rendall--whose would-be actor Robbie is a dab hand at ­embroidery and accessorizing his stepmother--and Mr. Lerman, who plays George as a bookish adolescent with dreams of becoming a writer. Full Review
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter
Peter's lightning-fast script and Loncraine's steady direction steer this road picture to the sunny side of the street. Full Review

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