One Fine Day
One Fine Day (1996)

Jack is a reporter who's work occupies 100% of his time. Melanie is a busy architect who is trying to hide her kid from her boss. When Jack flubs his mission to get the kids on a school day-trip, Jack and Melanie must look after the… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: December 20, 1996
DVD Release Date: January 8, 2002
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Critic Score: 47% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Mike Clark
USA Today

One Fine Day is two formulaic hours, but they do illustrate how two attractive leads and a lickety-split narrative can elevate meager material into something this side of bearability.

Fred Topel

Excellent romantic comedy. Exciting story of adults trying to succeed in careers with the drawbacks of children.

Steve Rhodes
Internet Reviews

Our whole family loved it.

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Rob Nelson
Boston Phoenix

Privilege and coincidence have always been central to screwball comedy, but the speed of crosstown travel here rivals Die Hard 3 for plausibility.

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Shannon J. Harvey
Sunday Times (Australia)

Silky smooth romantic comedy, with Pfieffer and Clooney at their most charming.

Michael Dequina

Remarkable chemistry between the impossibly glamorous pair of Pfeiffer and Clooney.

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Widgett Walls

Cute and relatively inoffensive.

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Flixster Audience Score: 66% Flixster User Reviews
Wahida K
A beautifull movie with tiny bit, romance, comdey and senti moments.
xGary Xx
Inoffensive by the numbers rom-com. Utterly predictable of course, but Clooney and Pfeiffer make a nice couple and it has more charm than most of this type.
Candy Rose
I love this moive about two very different single parents who meet one day when their kids miss their school trip. Great cast. Sweet movie. A bit like… More
Dean King
Forgot the title of this film. Saw it on TV and you just get sucked in. Very easy to watch with a good mix of humour and romance.
danny d
boring but not terrible romance
Dean McKenna
Good misadventure comedy of two divorced parents with their children.

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