Movie Review: 1 NIGHT

1 NIGHT was written and directed by Minhal Baig and stars Anna Camp along with Justin Chatwin, Isabelle FuhrmanKyle Allen, Kelli Berglund, Roshon Fegan and Evan Hofer.

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 difference in high school status following their prom. Past and present collide as two couples explore love over the course of one night at a hotel.

The movie focuses on two couples. First, there’s Elizabeth and Drew who are trying to see if there’s a spark left in their rocky marriage. Elizabeth definitely has some trust issues and for good reason, but Drew is determined to not only make this one night something special for her, but he’s also hoping for some redemption and forgiveness. Elizabeth has been hurt by Drew and all he’s asking for is a second chance on this special night. There’s also Bea and Andy who are attending their prom. They start off as just friends but after there’s a split, the two of them slowly get close and make a night of it. The two get to know each other much better as the night passes plus they even throw a little romance in along the way. All of this takes place inside the same hotel building on the same night. The viewer gets to watch one couple try to rekindle their relationship while the other is experiencing love for the first time.

Bottom line is, 1 Night was an okay watch but nothing really special. We get plenty of these kind of rom-coms so it’s hard for something new to come along and standout from the rest. Actually, this is more of a romantic-drama than a romantic-comedy anyway. I will add that for this movie to be Minhal Baig’s first feature film, I think she did a good job telling the story that was complimented by this talented cast. Hey, I love me some Anna Camp! Anyway, like I stated up top, we just get way too many of these kind of movies and that’s really the only problem I have with it, well, that and the extremely short run time. The movie released on Digital on February 10th and would make an okay watch for date night.

Distributor: Level 33 Entertainment

Run Time: 75 Minutes

Rated: Not Rated




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