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Film Review - One for the Money


Breaking away from her recent focus on shrill comedies (“The Ugly Truth”) and noxious actioners (“Killers”), Katherine Heigl takes a slight career detour with “One for the Money,” portraying a beloved character in Stephanie Plum, the heroine of author Janet Evanovich’s long-running series of mysteries. It’s not a drastic change of pace for the actress, but it’s enough of a character to calm this confounding screen presence. “One for the Money” isn’t a strong picture, but it carries modest appeal that makes a sporadic impression, due in great part to Heigl’s charisma and the feature’s formulaic reliability. Fans of Evanovich’s work should walk away satisfied, perhaps even delighted with the adaptation. Everyone else will simply be able to walk away, which is saying something considering the debilitating toxicity of Heigl’s recent output. Read the rest at


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