She's the One

Overview

This is the second film by actor/director Ed Burns, his first being The Brothers McMullen. The two Fitzpatrick brothers, Mickey Ed Burns and Francis Mike McGlone, would appear to have little in common, as the older is a rather volatile cab driver, the younger is a very settled stockbroker. Just prior to the time of the film, Mickey, after a whirlwind romance, married Hope Maxine Bahns, one of his passengers. Francis has been married to his lifelong sweetheart Jennifer Aniston for some time. However, they are both...
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Overview

This is the second film by actor/director Ed Burns, his first being The Brothers McMullen. The two Fitzpatrick brothers, Mickey Ed Burns and Francis Mike McGlone, would appear to have little in common, as the older is a rather volatile cab driver, the younger is a very settled stockbroker. Just prior to the time of the film, Mickey, after a whirlwind romance, married Hope Maxine Bahns, one of his passengers. Francis has been married to his lifelong sweetheart Jennifer Aniston for some time. However, they are both very competitive about Heather Cameron Diaz, an old flame of Mickey's. Mickey, who was once her fiance, left her when he found out she was sleeping with someone else. At the time of the story, Heather just happens to become a passenger in Mickey's cab, and they decide to finish exchanging belongings left over from their break-up. When Heather gives Francis her current lover the watch Mickey just returned to her, complications multiply.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Director's commentary; Featurette; Music Video: "Walls" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers; Trailers and TV spots
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The sophomore effort of writer-director-star Edward Burns shows considerable maturation of cinematic technique while retaining the offhanded sprightliness that distinguished his first film, The Brothers McMullen. He and McMullen alumnus Mike McGlone once again play squabbling siblings; this time around, Ed debates the feasibility of marrying girlfriend Maxine Bahns, who snagged him on the rebound after he caught former flame Cameron Diaz cheating on him. Mike, a cocky yuppie with more money than sense, avoids canoodling with sexually frustrated Jennifer Aniston so he'll have enough energy to surreptitiously bump uglies with...Cameron Diaz. Character actor John Mahoney scores bigtime as their cuckolded father, who regularly dispenses romantic advice of dubious merit. Working with a bigger budget and more generous production appurtenances -- not to mention costars and supporting players from mainstream Hollywood -- Burns successfully avoids the sophomore jinx with another distinctive film.
All Movie Guide - Michael Costello
Ed Burns' follow-up to The Brothers McMullen(1995) again works the territory of the romantic dilemmas of Irish-American brothers, but without the charm or credibility of his previous film. Burns and Francis McGlone play the brothers, respectively, a cab-driver and a stock-broker. The director throws them into a story full of improbable situations and characters, and artificially cranks up the hostility level. It's typical of Burns' world that, although both brothers are either married to, engaged to, or involved with apparently fabulous women, they seem to prefer fighting with each other to paying attention to them. John Mahoney as, their self-absorbed, trouble-making father appears to be at the root of the problems. As usual Burns comes up with some very funny one-liners which still sound true to life, but sadly, the same can't be said for the film as a whole. Burns himself is sharp and charismatic here, sometimes reminiscent of a young James Caan, and the overly intense Frances McGlone complements him perfectly. Mahoney is also completely convincing as the kind of character who many from the New York and Boston area, and possibly elsewhere, will recognize instantly. Maxine Bahns, who has the best of the three badly-written women's parts is a non-actress, Cameron Diaz is saddled with an unbelievable role, and Jennifer Aniston is forced to make the best of her one-note part.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/13/2009
  • UPC: 024543560968
  • Original Release: 1996
  • Rating:

  • Source: Fox Searchlight
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Repackaged / Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:37:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 58,774

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jennifer Aniston Rene
Maxine Bahns Hope
Edward Burns Mickey Fitzpatrick
Cameron Diaz Heather Davis
John Mahoney Mr. Fitzpatrick
Mike McGlone Francis Fitzpatrick
Leslie Mann Connie
Amanda Peet Molly
Frank Vincent Ron
Anita Gillette Carol
Robert Weil Mr. De Lucca
Technical Credits
Edward Burns Director, Producer, Screenwriter
William Barklay Production Designer
Susan Graef Editor
Ted Hope Producer
Susan Lyall Costumes/Costume Designer
Caty Maxey Art Director
Michael Nozik Executive Producer
T.J. O'Mara Sound/Sound Designer
Tom Petty Songwriter
Frank Prinzi Cinematographer
Robert Redford Executive Producer
Laura Rosenthal Casting
James Schamus Producer
John Sloss Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- She's the One - Full Screen
1. Main Titles [2:32]
2. The Fighting Fitzpatricks [2:59]
3. Mickey's Fair Fare [2:46]
4. Bad Vibrations [2:07]
5. A Short Engagement [4:47]
6. Heather On the Side [3:49]
7. What Mickey Doesn't Know [2:03]
8. Weekend With the In-Laws [2:40]
9. Out of the Past [9:10]
10. Bound For Paris? [1:53]
11. No Sympathy [6:55]
12. Where's the TV? [5:03]
13. The Heartbreaker [4:07]
14. A Beautiful New Friendship? [2:07]
15. "Maybe He's Gay." [6:50]
16. Dad's Disapproval [5:46]
17. Take It Outside [4:27]
18. The Proposal [2:34]
19. Hope's Decision [1:54]
20. Heather's Past [5:45]
21. Mom's Present [5:59]
22. The Boy's Club [2:05]
23. Four For Fishing [3:22]
24. End Titles [4:13]
Disc #1, Side B -- She's the One - Wide Screen
1. Main Titles [2:32]
2. The Fighting Fitzpatricks [2:59]
3. Mickey's Fair Fare [2:46]
4. Bad Vibrations [2:07]
5. A Short Engagement [4:47]
6. Heather On the Side [3:49]
7. What Mickey Doesn't Know [2:03]
8. Weekend With the In-Laws [2:40]
9. Out of the Past [9:10]
10. Bound For Paris? [1:53]
11. No Sympathy [6:55]
12. Where's the TV? [5:03]
13. The Heartbreaker [4:07]
14. A Beautiful New Friendship? [2:07]
15. "Maybe He's Gay." [6:50]
16. Dad's Disapproval [5:46]
17. Take It Outside [4:27]
18. The Proposal [2:34]
19. Hope's Decision [1:54]
20. Heather's Past [5:45]
21. Mom's Present [5:59]
22. The Boy's Club [2:05]
23. Four For Fishing [3:22]
24. End Titles [4:13]
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Menu

Disc #1, Side A -- She's the One - Full Screen
   Play Movie
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Director's Commentary
      Featurette
      Music Video
         "Walls" By Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
      Theatrical Trailer
      Web Link to Ed Burns
   Language Selection
      English 4.0 Surround
      English Dolby Surround
      French Dolby Surround
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
Disc #1, Side B -- She's the One - Wide Screen
   Play Movie
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Director's Commentary
      Featurette
      Music Video
         "Walls" By Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
      Theatrical Trailer
      Web Link to Ed Burns
   Language Selection
      English 4.0 Surround
      English Dolby Surround
      French Dolby Surround
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
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