One Fine Day
She was having a perfectly bad day... Then he came along and spoiled it.
|Aspect Ratio:||1.85:1 (XWide)|
|Certificate:||– Parental guidance|
|Subtitles:||The level of subtitling in this film is unknown to WSC|
Melanie (Pfeiffer) is a single mum and architect with a moppety 5-year-old son and one ear permanently glued to her darn mobile phone; Jack (Clooney) is a divorced dad and newspaper columnist with a precocious 5-year-old daughter and his own darn mobile phone. Both are overworked and live in NYC. They both forget about their respective childrens’ school field trip and are forced to share a cab to get their kids to a school on time. They inadvertently swap phones. Naturally, they hate each other, and just as naturally, they fall madly in love by day’s end. The stars are both quite comfortable on screen, and the mood is often infectious.
Clooney proves himself to be a true movie star and romantic leading man. His charm and his energy carry One Fine Day into irresistibility.
Screenings of this film:
|1997/1998 Spring Term – (35mm)|