My One and Only

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Plot

An unusual road trip movie about a mother driving her two sons from New York to Pittsburgh to St. Louis and eventually Hollywood in her quest to find a man to take care of them all.

Release Year: 2009

Rating: 6.6/10 (4,028 voted)

Critic's Score: 62/100

Director:
Richard Loncraine

Stars: Renée Zellweger, Logan Lerman, Mark Rendall

Storyline
An unusual road trip movie about a mother driving her two sons from New York to Pittsburgh to St. Louis and eventually Hollywood in her quest to find a man to take care of them all.

Cast:

Renée Zellweger

Anne Devereaux


Logan Lerman

George Devereaux


Kevin Bacon

Dan Devereaux


Troy Garity

Becker


David Koechner

Bill Massey


J.C. MacKenzie

Tom


Eric McCormack

Charlie


Chris Noth

Col. Harlan Williams


Molly C. Quinn

Paula

(as Molly Quinn)


Mark Rendall

Robbie


Nick Stahl

Bud


Phoebe Strole

Wendy


Steven Weber

Wallace McAllister


Robin Weigert

Hope


Dan John Miller

Car Salesman #1

Taglines:
An almost perfect portrait of a family comedy



Details

Official Website:
Official site|

Release Date: 3 September 2009

Filming Locations: Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Gross: $2,475,970
(USA)
(15 November 2009)



Technical Specs

Runtime:

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Germany:
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Argentina:



Did You Know?

Trivia:

Dedicated to the memory of Merv Griffin, who shepherded the project from idea to final credit.

Goofs:

Anachronisms:
The shirt Robbie is embroidering has an Interstate Highway system logo for I-66 on it; it should be a US Route logo for US 66. I-66 wouldn't exist for many years, and wasn't anywhere near where they went.

Quotes:

Bill Massey:
As a man, there's only one thing you need to know about a woman.

George Devereaux:
What's that?

Bill Massey:
They're never the right temperature.

George Devereaux:
No?

Bill Massey:
Something to do with their plumbing. Reproduction. Whatever reason, most of the time… they're either too hot or too cold. Mostly too cold. So what you have to do… is carry a sweater or a jacket or something with you at all times. Something you can keep in the trunk of your car… or in your closet at work… for when their thermostat gets messed up.

George Devereaux:
What else?

Bill Massey:
That's it. Once you've got that covered… there's nothing else you need to know about a woman.



User Review

Wonderful Nostalgia

Rating: 10/10


I've just seen the European Premiere at the Berlin Film Festival.
Although it did not win the major prize it was very well received. I
enjoyed it enormously. It tells of a 1930's high society mother (Renee
Zellwegger – never better) who walks out on her unfaithful husband
(Kevin Bacon) after discovering another woman in his bed. She sets out
with her two sons on a road trip across America to find a new rich
partner who can keep her and her sons in the style they have become
accustomed. One of her sons is serious and bookish and regrets missing
his schooling while the other is an extremely effeminate gay who dreams
of becoming a Hollywood star (a wonderfully camp performance by Mark
Rendall who 'steals the picture' with some superbly funny quips). The
journey across America and the weird and wonderful characters they meet
make this an exceedingly engaging 'Road Movie'. It is beautifully
photographed and well acted and directed. The dialogue is sharp, funny
and entertaining. Highly recommended!