Saturday, September 12, 2009
My One and Only
Tired of her bandleader husband's unfaithfulness, Ann Devereaux (Renée Zellweger) packs her sons Robbie and George into their 1953 Cadillac and hits the road in search of a new man who can make them wealthy. Finding a new relationship is not as easy as Ann thought, however, and as the time and miles roll on, George begins to resent life on the road and his mother's selfishness. When Zellweger is shown on the screen the story is set aside and her acting is what doesn't fail. The witty humor dazzles and takes the lead role of the film. Every one's acting was humble yet confident and relatable to real life. Along the way a plentiful number of actors see their way onto the screen and don't fail to amaze and amuse. Great quality film that humbles you and brings up some essential questions that we seem to set aside. 3 out of 4 stars.