18 Movies Like One Fine Day (1996)

One Fine Day is a romantic comedy-drama film that was released in the United States in 1996 and was directed by Michael Hoffman.

The film stars Michelle Pfeiffer and George Clooney as two single working parents, while their children are played by Alex D. Linz and Mae Whitman. The song “One Fine Day” by The Chiffons, which was released in 1963 and can be heard throughout the movie, is where the title derives from.

The movie, which was produced in partnership with Michelle Pfeiffer’s company Via Rosa Productions, had Michelle Pfeiffer serving as an executive producer on the project.Melanie Parker is a divorced mother of one who works as an architect.

Her son’s name is Sammy. Her day gets off to a bad start when she is running late to drop him off at school due to the forgetfulness of a fellow divorced father, Jack Taylor, a reporter for the New York Daily News whose daughter, Maggie, is forced into his care that morning by his ex-wife who is leaving to go on a honeymoon with her new husband.

Her day gets off to a bad start when she is running late to drop him off at school due to the forgetfulness of fellow divorced father Jack Taylor.

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