One for the Money: Did Katherine Heigl's Movie Get Its Groupon On?
Coming in at second place was the Katherine Heigl vehicle, One For the Money. The long-delayed adaptation of the first of seventeen Stephanie Plum novels was not screened for critics, and the Friday morning smack-down seemed to imply that Lionsgate
(long before this blog or before I even knew what a blog was) I had read Janet Evanovich's book One For The Money. It was light, it was funny. It was about this big haired girl named Stephanie Plum from New Jersey who was
"The Grey" will likely be No. 1, ahead of "Man on a Ledge" and "One for the Money."
“One for the Money” is the story of a divorced Jersey Girl who's been fired from her job and facing an impending financial crisis. In order to earn money, she turns to her cousin's bail bonds business, hoping for a filing job.
One For the Money was released into the US movie theatres on January 27, 2011 which was a little surprising to me with all the empty seats I saw at Loews. But perhaps, inconsistent movie goers like me might not have been aware that this