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One Special Night

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Dialogue

    One man, one woman, alone in a cabin and actually talk..go fiqure...it is quite a refreshing change from violence and sex. James Garner is a marvelous actor who can speak volumes with one look. Julie Andrews was great as always...This movie could be a chapter out of the book 'Women are from Venus and Men from Mars' in a warped kind of way, but an enjoyable film.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Feel Good Christmas Movie

    James Garner is visiting his wife in a nursing home and runs into Julie Andrews in her dead husbands old room. This chance encounter leads to her giving a ride to James Garner in the middle of a huge snowstorm. Her car runs into a snow bank and they end up walking in the blizzard seeking shelter. They find a vacant cabin and spend the night. The rest is magic!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2003

    Both of the reviews provided are incorrect

    Julie Andrew's character was visiting the rest home. She wasn't a nurse there. Matter of fact she was a doctor. James Garner's character didn't offer her a ride. It was the other way around!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2002

    A very enjoyable movie

    One special night was a great movie. James Garner plays a man whos wife is in a nursing home, suffering from alzimers disese. Julie Andrews, plays a widow who still visits the nursing home room of her dead husband. One night they were both visiting the home, when a snowstorm left it dangerous on the road. Julie's car gets stuck, and James offers to drive her and her car home. he takes a ''shortcut'' and in an argument they get the car stuck, to stuck to get it out. They are forced to walk. They find a cabin not being used, and spend the night. The rest you should find from watching the movie. I really enjoyed the movie and I hope you do too when you watch it.

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