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She's The One
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Year: 1996
Audio
English: Dolby Surround 4.0 / English & French: Dolby Surround
Subtitles:
English & French / Subtitled
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She's the One Filmmaker Signature Series
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Year: 1996
Audio
English 2.0 Surround DTS-HD Master Audio, Spanish Stereo, French Stereo
Subtitles:
English SDH, Spanish

Synopsis

Mickey (Edward Burns), a free-spirited New York cabbie and Francis (Mike McGlone), a materialistic Wall Street stockbroker, are extremely competitive and confused about women as a result of their father's (John Mahoney) influence.
Though they disagree about nearly everything, they have one thing in common: Mickey's ex-fiancée Heather (Cameron Diaz) is Francis's secret lover. Though both brothers have beautiful wives (Maxine Bahns and Jennifer Aniston), Heather triggers their longtime sibling rivalry with uproarious and unexpected results.

Disc Information

**Theatrical Feature Blu-ray

**Commentary by Director Edward Burns
**Featurette
**Music Video: “Walls” by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
**Theatrical Trailer

Cast & Crew

Jennifer Aniston ... Rene
Maxine Bahns ... Hope
Edward Burns ... Mickey Fitzpatrick
Cameron Diaz ... Heather Davis
John Mahoney ... Mr. Fitzpatrick
Mike McGlone ... Francis Fitzpatrick
Leslie Mann ... Connie

Reviews

Leonard Klady Variety | March 26, 2009

Burns manages to take on a laundry list of touchy issues in a relatively frank, unflinching manner. His characters retain their dignity and integrity without false dramatic redemption. It's a true adult saga.

Rick Groen Globe and Mail | April 12, 2002

Edward Burns returns to the themes of family and love that he examined in The Brothers McMullen.

Janet Maslin New York Times | January 01, 2000

Burns emphatically avoids sophomore slump with an inviting, ruefully funny film that lives up to his initial promise.

Mike Clark USA Today | January 01, 2000

A funnier, more polished variation on actor/director Ed Burns' The Brothers McMullen.

Jeff Millar Houston Chronicle | January 01, 2000

A quality, offbeat movie.

Cynthia Joyce Salon.com | January 01, 2000

Light but hilarious...