My One and Only details
|Formats:||12 DVD, 15 Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Renee Zellweger, Kevin Bacon, Chris Noth, Nick Stahl, Nick Stahl, Eric McCormack|
|Genres:||Comedy, Drama, Music/Musical - Music - Rock/Pop|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
My One and Only
|Run time:||1 hour 21 minutes|
|Rental release:||24 Jan 2011|
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My One and OnlyBy Kela23 (593 reviews) from Wickford, Essex , 28 Feb 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]This was actually surprisingly good - not sure why I picked it but was well worth the watch - especially as I did not realise it was losely based on the actor George Hamilton's early years.......... Rene Zellweger always seems to suit the 1950's roles and thought it was just a really enjoyable, light hearted film perfect for a Friday night in.
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My one and only - well-paced storyBy MelissaMarabamma (218 reviews) from South Coast UK , 20 Jan 2013A very enjoyable road movie with a difference. All the star roles are well played. It is well-paced and has enough surprises to maintain interest. Well worth seeing.
Umm, well, errr...By Mjr_Cojones (7 reviews) , 19 Aug 2011Interesting twist at the end but what a lengthy way of getting there!
Found it difficult to keep interest for long enough to follow the film. The wife got annoyed with me in the end as she kept having to explain what was going on during the 'interesting' bits...
One for the ladies.
Guys, unless you're a lot of a sap, stay clear.
My one and OnlyBy papajohn (1 review) , 23 Jul 2011What a surprise,Its the ending that puts the film in to context. I suppose you have to have been interested in films in the 50's to really appreciate this film but I give it 5 stars for authenticy and entertainment.
very good.By a customer , 20 Jul 2011A great cast, excellent script and beautifully realised. Perfect balance of humour, sentiment and thoughtful observations. I really enjoyed it.
Not bad but..By Taranic (48 reviews) from Woking , 19 Jul 2011Was a bit bored by this and surprised when I realised at the end whose childhood this was based on.
The mother played by Renee Z was a bit of a gold digger and I kept screaming at the screen to 'get a job.' I guess it's easy to judge by today's standards, this was the 1950's, but even so...
Ok worth a look one wet afternoon.