When Casey Hill finds her fiance in bed with another woman two days before her wedding, she's out to seek revenge. When her revenge "one time thing" gets her pregnant, instead of dropping ... See full summary »
When Casey Hill finds her fiance in bed with another woman two days before her wedding, she's out to seek revenge. When her revenge "one time thing" gets her pregnant, instead of dropping into the witness protection program, he steps up and tries to convince her she should marry him and be a family. She wants to do it on her own and he becomes a nagging detail she can't quite shake. Written by
Just finished watching "A One Time Thing" and would like to recommend this film to anyone looking for a funny and quirky alternative to big-budget star driven romantic comedies. The ensemble cast of fine actors, lead by a sizzling and sexy Jane Sibbett makes this comedy a must-see. Karl Fink's writing is crisp and brilliant, his character's are memorable and compelling.
There are no hidden gimmicks here...just solid film-making from Fink, who draws you into his suburban lair and then turns it on its head. Sibbett does a fantastic job of balancing comedy and drama as her character endures the ultimate humiliation from her scoundrel fiancé.
Valerie Spencer is fabulous as the best friend, as is David Newsom, the lead opposite Sibbett. He and Sibbett are fun to watch, fun to root for, and their chemistry is contagious. Can you tell I liked this movie? Do yourself a favor...get a bucket of popcorn, a blanket, a pillow and sit back for a truly enjoyable romp with "A One Time Thing".
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