New in Town

Movie information

She's an executive on the move. But her career is taking her a little farther than she expected. Rated PG: Parental Guidance Suggested (Some Material May Not Be Suitable for Children) -- Rated PG for language and some suggestive material.
Released on:
January 30, 2009  

Production Companies:
Gold Circle Films, The Safran Company, Edmonds Entertainment
Distributors:
Lionsgate

Status: Released

This film is Also Known As:
"Chilled In Miami"

Cast:
Renee Zellweger, Harry Connick Jr., Siobhan Fallon Hogan, J.K. Simmons, Mike O'Brien, Rashida Jones, Frances Conroy

Director: Jonas Elmer

Screenwriter: Kenneth Rance, C. Jay Cox

Genre: Romance, Comedy
About the film:
Lucy Hill (Renée Zellweger) is an ambitious, up and coming executive living in Miami. She loves her shoes, she loves her cars and she loves climbing the corporate ladder. When she is offered a temporary assignment - in the middle of nowhere - to restructure a manufacturing plant, she jumps at the opportunity, knowing that a big promotion is close at hand. What begins as a straight forward job assignment becomes a life changing experience as Lucy discovers greater meaning in her life and most unexpectedly, the man of her dreams (Harry Connick, Jr.).
Rated PG for language and some suggestive material.
Box Office: Opening weekend: $6.74 mil. (1941 theaters) | Domestic Total: $16.73 mil.
Critics Say:
Boston Globe:
EW:
NY Daily News:
Philadelphia Inq.:
Reel Views:
Rolling Stone:
USA Today:
Reviews: Fresh or Rotten? See reviews for this film at RottenTomatoes.com


comments powered by Disqus

The following are comments from our old comment system.

Ivan – GsseZHdXzcxyk
March 16, 2012 - 23:25
Subject: uKoAYutnYkYGt

Another idea is to prepare for the itbspsilioy of getting stuck and stranded. I pack extra socks, mitts, hats, hand and toe warmers etc. I also have matches, candles and a couple chocolate bars in my glove box. The candle offers some heat and the chocolate bars keep your sugars up if you are without food for a prolonged period of time. Of course I buy chocolate bars that I dislike (keeps me from eating them while driving). It’s also good to have a first aid kit, flashlight and flares (if you want to be really prepared).There are so many things you can pack in your car to prepare you for unfortunate situations such as getting stuck. Take time to make a list and go out and buy the things you feel you would need in this situation. One can never be overly prepared!