One for the Money

Rated PG-13 91 minutes 2012

Katherine Heigl is Stephanie Plum, a former Macy’s employee who goes into the bail-bond business. Her first gig is to go after a cop in trouble, Joe Morelli (Jason O’Mara), the guy to whom she lost her virginity—and later tried to run over with a car. The film is based on the first in a popular string of novels by Janet Evanovich, and my guess is that director Julie Anne Robinson missed something in the translation from book to film, because the movie is a dull dud. O’Mara is an actor who can make every line irritating; he’s just so INTENSE. Heigl does her best with the lazy material, and Debbie Reynolds shows up in the kooky-grandma role. This isn’t the movie that will take Heigl to the next level. Actually, if this keeps up, I see direct-to-video movies in her future.

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Director: Julie Anne Robinson

Producer: Sidney Kimmel, Wendy Finerman, Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi, Eric Reid, Andre Lamal, Bruce Toll, Katherine Heigl and Nancy Heigl

Cast: Katherine Heigl, Jason O'Mara, Daniel Sunjata, John Leguizamo, Sherri Shepherd, Debbie Reynolds, Nate Mooney, Ryan Michelle Bathe, Debra Monk, Adam Paul, Fisher Stevens, Ana Reeder, Patrick Fischler, Leonardo Nam, Annie Parisse, Danny Mastrogiorgio, Gavin-Keith Umeh, Louis Mustillo and Harry O'Toole


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