One Fine Day details
|Formats:||PG DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||George Clooney, Michelle Pfeiffer, Charles Durning, Mae Whitman, Alex D. Linz|
|Studio:||20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
One Fine Day
|Run time:||1 hour 44 minutes|
|Rental release:||04 Feb 2002|
Most helpful review
Ladies - wanna a feel good factor?By Vikki Kirkwood from London , 17 Dec 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]This film is a real girly film, yummy George Clooney playing the busy career type / single father who hasn't had a girlfirend in ages - he's a bit of a lad, he then bumps into the feminist single mom played by Michelle Pfeiffer and 'One Fine Day' it certainly is. The story is played out in one day and ends up with two of them snuggling up on the couch together..... I personally would have liked the movie to play out the intimacy of the two a little more (the film ends quite abruptly after them kissing)... but I suppose that was just a natural reaction for more.... on that basis a sequel would be great............. maybe 'One Fine Year' or something were they end up getting married (of course)... OK I'm getting a little carried away. All in all a good rental for the girls.
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Just a waste of timeBy a customer , 18 Aug 2013Complete waste of time - no plot - nothing happens exept the obvious - and reliability of two stars reduced
An old classicBy Charlene84 (10 reviews) , 03 Aug 2013This is a classic and George at his best :) love this film, very easy to watch over and over
Disappointingly un impressiveBy Kazz1 (4 reviews) , 02 Aug 2013Very disappointed with this movie. I found it very boring and did not get past 20 minutes of it. Very very dated!!!
Out of dateBy a customer , 17 Jul 2013Terrible! Dated and tired. We realised once we started watching that this was the second time we had seen it. We only got as far this time as the first; after fifteen minutes we could stand no more. Poor film punching above it's league with the acting talent involved.
Good Clean Fun!By Chrisaljack (413 reviews) from Hellingly , 08 Jun 2013Nearly twenty years old, but who cares: this is Hollywood romance at its corny best with George Clooney and Michelle Pfeiffer in a totally predictable light-hearted romp. Just the thing for a quiet evening at home with a glass of wine and a loving partner!