One for the Money

It's almost worth it just to hear Heigl valiantly attempt and maintain a "tough" New Jersey accent for almost ninety minutes.

Almost worth it.

It's so poorly put together and conceived, that even with Heigl's "star power" behind it, it would almost certainly be Direct-to-DVD were it not for it being an adaptation of the popular Janet Evanovich franchise. Though admittedly, the idea that there might be more of these coming in the near future does instill both fear and perverse anticipation. Could it actually get any worse? (Part of me hopes so...the sadistic snarky part)