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Was it worth your money?

Katherine Heigl as Stephanie Plum, a brunette with a Jersey attitude, who has lost her job with Macy’s and is in need of cash quick. What is a girl to do?  Become a bail bond recovery agent of course! Add in two hunky men and a sassy hooker and you have an action packed chick flick.

The start of this movie was a little slow. The mounting sexual tension, between Plum and Morrelli, gradually came through, with a little preview of possible things to come.

Lula comes through with the comic relief. Her snappy comebacks and banter with her fellow co-worker are very humorous.

Without giving too much away about the plot, Plum is at the learning stage of being a bail bond recovery agent, and has a mentor that is not only knowledgeable of the trade and all things related but also another possible leading male interest, giving Morrelli a run for his money.

One for the Money was entertaining and did what it promised, it made the audience laugh, had some action and a good plot. I recommend seeing it with the girls or as a date night movie.

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