Bachelor

Theatrical Release: November 5, 1999
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Synopsis

After clumsily proposing to Anne (Renee Zellweger) and being turned down because she senses that he really doesn’t want to be “tied down,” Jimmy (Chris O’Donnell) goes home to discover that his grandfather has passed away. A bit of a crackpot, Gramps says in a video-recorded will that our hero will inherit $100 million, but only if he marries by his 30th birthday – which turns out to be the next day. Well, this changes his view of matrimony considerably.
Thinking his girlfriend has left the country on business, Jimmy then proposes to several old girlfriends (Brooke Shields, Mariah Carey, Rebecca Cross, Jennifer Esposito) only to be turned down. However, an ad in the paper, placed by his crude friend, brings out every unwed woman in town.
Jimmy has a change of heart concerning marriage and Zellweger. But has this about face come too late?

Dove Review

Content Description

Profanity and obscenity sprinkled throughout; sexual conversations; crude humor; lots of cleavage shots and woman are seen as objects; smoking and drinking; mild violence

Info

Company: New Line/Fine Line
Writer: Steve Cohen
Director: Gary Sinyor
Producer: Lloyd Segan and Bing Howenstein
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 101 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Starring: Chris O’Donnell, Renee Zellweger, Hal Holbrook, Edward Asner, James Cromwell, Peter Ustinov.