Nancy Savoca's tale of a nuptials-planning that looks doomed from the start isn't nearly as much fun as Dogfight, her best and best-known work. Ultimately, much-needed humor is displaced by coarse language, which doesn't serve to make a would-be romantic comedy very funny. Tepid at best.
Rosie Perez annoys less than usual in this waste of celluloid, about a TV producer so driven, even a pregnancy won't stop her! Flat and limp for a supposed comedy, The 24 Hour Woman should have quit after 20 minutes.