1 NIGHT REVIEWED
“1 Night” is a rather cliche movie about couples of different ages learning from each other. If you can handle a wistful look at relationship nostalgia and hope, this film will be for you. Honestly, I kept waiting for a twist on par with “Orphan”. That didn’t happen, but I did come to admire the cast’s ability to make the most out of a rather thin setup. This is another one of those features that feels like it would’ve worked better as a play. Oh well, you live and learn.
- 1 hr and 20 mins
- Not Rated
- Level 33
RELEASE DATE: 2/10/17
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The Plot Thus Far
Thirty-something Elizabeth (Anna Camp) must decide whether to salvage her relationship with Drew (Justin Chatwin) after much personal disappointment. Meanwhile, Bea (Isabelle Fuhrman), a worrisome teenager, reconnects with her introverted childhood friend, Andy (Kyle Allen) to overcome their differences in high school social status following their prom. Past and present collide as two couples explore love over the course of one night at a hotel.