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January 03, 2013
I loved it and hope they make another.
March 07, 2012
March 05, 2012
Loved it! Can't wait for the next book to be turned into a movie.
February 25, 2012
This isn't an Academy Award winner, ********* a fun romp. It's a great date movie because there's romance and a female lead for women and lots of action for guys. I went to see it with 4 girlfriends (we're in our 50s and 60s) and we all enjoyed it. I'm going back with my hubby tonight because I think he'll enjoy it. If you like light-hearted action with a little romantic tension, you will enjoy
February 21, 2012
You won't laugh, you won't cry, you won't smile, you won't frown. This movie illicits no emotions, unless you can call boredom an emotion.
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The New York Times
An attempt to inaugurate a new movie franchise, something that might appeal to women and mystery fans. This is a perfectly sound ambition, but the movie, directed by Julie Anne Robinson from a script by Stacy Sherman, Karen Ray and Liz Brixius, is so weary and uninspired that it feels more like an exhausted end than an energetic beginning. Full Review
New York Daily News
She's (Heigl) disastrously miscast as a character beloved by fans of novelist Janet Evanovich. Full Review
The Hollywood Reporter
Starring a painfully awkward Katherine Heigl, One for the Money mostly resembles a failed television pilot. Full Review
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
Listlessly directed by Julie Anne Robinson (Miley Cyrus's The Last Song) from a script written by a trio of writers (Stacy Sherman, Karen Ray and Liz Brixius), One for the Money is tepidly glib throughout. Full Review