What Women Want (2000)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Fantasy, Romance


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After an accident, a chauvinistic executive gains the ability to hear what women are really thinking.

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  • Mel Gibson and Mark Feuerstein in What Women Want (2000)
  • Mel Gibson and Nancy Meyers in What Women Want (2000)
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17 April 2002 | SmileysWorld
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| For all us guys.
A man suddenly finds himself able to read women's minds and actually know what women want from men.Now,what guy doesn't want to be in that position? This was a terrific idea for a film and it was executed to perfection.Who better than Mel Gibson to represent us in this situation? He's the one man women probably wish understood them.At any rate,Gibson really turns on the Gibson charm here and there's not a better film in which to do that.Helen Hunt makes a great leading lady and is her usual charming self.Also,from the supporting cast,it's always great to see Alan Alda,one of the most underrated actors of our time.This film starts with a very unique,funny idea,and it does not disappoint in terms of how good it can be executed.Well casted,well directed and very funny film.

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