Director: Julie Anne Robinson
Stars: Katherine Heigl, Jason O'Mara, Sherri Shepherd, Debbie Reynolds, Daniel Sunjata, John Leguizamo, Patrick Fischler
At this point in her brutal film career, aside from Knocked Up, Katherine Heigl is, for all intents and purposes, the kiss of death, a rom-com actress who makes Jennifer Aniston look like '90s-era Meg Ryan. Ask your girl to show you 27 Dresses, The Ugly Truth, or Killers if you need proof.
In theory, One for the Money, Heigl's worst movie yet, should have marked a "daring" moment of riskiness for the "A-lister." For one, it's more of a goofy action romp than a lovey-dovey romantic affair, and it even required her to speak in a different accent; unfortunately, she went with a painfully bad New Jersey speech for the role of Stephanie Plum, a "gritty" Jersey girl character popularized by author Janet Evanovich (who also amateurishly directed the film).
If the movie's only offense was how it soils the Garden State's reputation worse than JWoww, it'd be reprehensible, but not worthy of severe public humiliation. But considering that One for the Money is also about as funny as a colonic, there's nothing left to do but rip it apart before banishing the flick from our memory banks.