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One More TimeAspiring rock star Jude is stuck in a rut, relegated to recording commercial jingles and lost in a series of one night stands. In need of a place to stay, Jude reconnects with her wealthy father (Christopher Walken), an aging singer who's looking to make a comeback.
Actors of "One More Time"
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Directors of "One More Time"Robert Edwards
Creators of "One More Time"Robert Edwards
Critic Reviews of "One More Time"indieWireJanuary 02, 2017
One More Time is a low-key pleasure with big rewards, the kind worth crooning about.New York PostApril 08, 2016
One More Time coasts by on Walken's idiosyncratic charm. He has a warm rapport with Heard, and there's solid support from Ann Magnuson as Paul's prickly sixth wife and Oliver Platt as Paul's long-suffering manager.RogerEbert.comApril 08, 2016
The whole cast ... sinks its teeth into the material, which is reasonably meaty.Los Angeles TimesApril 07, 2016
Many fine small moments pepper the family dramedy "One More Time," but they don't add up to a satisfying enough whole.Toronto StarApril 07, 2016
The actors strike few sparks, even as combatants, but it's not entirely their fault.Wall Street JournalApril 07, 2016
Robert Edwards, the writer and director, explores the layers of melancholy contained within these familiar but authentically drawn characters, and he cleverly doles out virtue and vice to each while weaving in acid humor borne from regret.Reel Film ReviewsJune 18, 2016
An appealingly low-key dramedy...The Young FolksApril 16, 2016
It's clear that Robert Edwards has a tight artistic vision and the directorial chops to match it... But it fails to maintain the proper tone for such a story, thanks in large part to Walken.Under the RadarApril 15, 2016
A mess of confused platitudes, clichéd dramatic moments, and a whole lot of embarrassing exposition delivered by peripheral characters.Blu-ray.comApril 13, 2016
It should be a more emotionally engaging picture, but "One More Time" only reaches periodic clarity, struggling to find the borders of its vast psychological examination.Examiner.comApril 09, 2016
"One More Time" is full of many charms, quiet yet heartfelt, that makes it worth tracking down and savoring like a good song.San Francisco ExaminerApril 08, 2016
In a performance that will highlight many a Christopher Walken film festival someday, he combines a willingness to be a caricature of his distinctive self with a dramatic depth and range to create a terrific character.
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