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One Fine Day
     

One Fine Day

4.4 11
Director: Michael Hoffman, Michelle Pfeiffer, George Clooney, Mae Whitman

Cast: Michael Hoffman, Michelle Pfeiffer, George Clooney, Mae Whitman

 

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Michael Hoffman's romantic comedy One Fine Day comes to DVD with a widescreen transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital Surround, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Stereo. English and Spanish subtitles are accessible.

Overview

Michael Hoffman's romantic comedy One Fine Day comes to DVD with a widescreen transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital Surround, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Stereo. English and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include the original theatrical trailer. This is a fine, but less than spectacular release from 20th Century Fox that will appeal mostly to fans of stars George Clooney and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Karl Williams
There's no denying that One Fine Day is the lightest of lightweight romantic comedies, but two likable leads with palpable chemistry work overtime to sell their parts and rescue the simple affair from becomming too vanilla. The device of using toddlers to bring a pair of harried, overworked parents together is just a little bit precious, but having the protagonists accidentally swap cell phones (in 1996, no less) is a fine and inventive modern-day plot device. George Clooney and Michelle Pheiffer have incredible chemistry, which helps foster momentum in their ongoing series of meet-cutes, which often take place on busy New York streets, in the back seats of taxis, and in what look like uncomfortably cold March rainstorms. The two seem to really like each other, in spite of their constant digs and carping. Much like the fiery dynamic betweenKatharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, the interplay between Pfeiffer and Clooney gets the audience on board with their would-be romance, despite the characters' protestations.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/18/2000
UPC:
0024543000068
Original Release:
1996
Rating:
PG13
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time:
1:49:00

Special Features

Widescreen format [aspect ratio: 1.85:1] ; Interactive menus; Scene selection; Original theatrical trailer; Languages: English 5.1 surround; English Dolby surround; French stereo; Subtitles: English, Spanish

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michelle Pfeiffer Melanie Parker
George Clooney Jack Taylor
Mae Whitman Maggie Taylor
Alex D. Linz Sammy Parker
Charles Durning Lew
Robert Klein Dr. Martin
Jon Robin Baitz Yates Jr.
Ellen Greene Elaine Lieberman
Pete Hamill Frank Burroughs
Joe Grifasi Manny Feldstein
Anna Maria Horsford Evelyn
Gregory Jbara Metro Reporter
Sheila Kelley Kristen
Barry Kivel Yates Sr.
Michael Massee Eddie
Amanda Peet Celia
Bitty Schram Marla
Holland Taylor Rita
Rachel York Liza

Technical Credits
Michael Hoffman Director
Peter Afterman Musical Direction/Supervision
Garth Craven Editor
Susie de Santo Costumes/Costume Designer
Stephen P. Dunn Asst. Director
Jud Friedman Songwriter
David Gropman Production Designer
Kate Guinzburg Executive Producer
Petur Hliddal Sound/Sound Designer
James Newton Howard Songwriter
Lora Kennedy Casting
Anne Kuljian Set Decoration/Design
Mary McLaglen Co-producer
Nancy Mickelberry Set Decoration/Design
Christopher S. Nushawg Set Decoration/Design
Lynda Obst Producer
Michelle Pfeiffer Executive Producer
Terrel Seltzer Screenwriter
Ellen Simon Screenwriter
Oliver Stapleton Cinematographer
Dianne I. Wager Set Decoration/Design
John Warnke Art Director

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selections
1. Main Titles [3:54]
2. The Single Mom [2:29]
3. The Single Dad [3:04]
4. Attitude Meets Attitude [3:20]
5. Race for the Boat [2:04]
6. Fish and Cookies [3:33]
7. Sammy at the Office [2:11]
8. I've Got Your Number [1:52]
9. Career Crises [3:52]
10. Superhero Day [2:21]
11. Manny's Second Thoughts [6:03]
12. Rescuing the Kids [1:56]
13. Meeting at Two [3:38]
14. The Exchange [2:29]
15. After Mrs. Lieberman [3:46]
16. Losing Maggie [1:44]
17. What About Bob? [4:46]
18. The Press Conference [5:35]
19. Play Ball [2:29]
20. Melanie's Choice [:29]
21. Late for the Game [6:11]
22. Parting Ways [3:07]
23. Here's Jack [3:21]
24. The Big Sleep [4:04]
25. End Titles [4:59]

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One Fine Day 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
THIS IS ONE OF THOSE FEEL GOOD MOVIES WHEN 2 PARENTS ARE DIVORCED RASING THERE CHILDREN REALLY NICE MOVIE I LIKED IT I HAVE THE DVD
Guest More than 1 year ago
The review from 'Movie Guide' is not politically correct. Melanie is Jack's ex-wife's baby-sitter, and usually takes his kid to school. But Jack doesn't know this, so he goes off with his daughter and leaves Melanie and her son to wait. Of course, all four of them are too late to catch the field trip bus. Jack offers to take care of both the kids while Melanie does her presentation if she will look after them while he has his press confrence. She says no way, and you can just imagine what happens. This movie is really great and shows the importance of family and people being there for you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great movie for the divorced, and/or dumped - hang in there, you can be happy again!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite movie of all time! Its so well done, and it just captures everything well, and brings you right into the scene. Both of the actors playing Melanie and Jack can act well, which makes it all that much better. You can feel the connection between them, unlike those sad excuses for movies, such as Only You or Someone Like You-where the actors are horrible! Anyway, I recommend this movie for ages 11 and up. It really shows how kids can screw up your day! ITs hilarioius, sweet, and so much more! Buy this movie now!
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