A Cute Romantic Comedy
Mel Gibson goes pure romantic lead for the first time and turns in one
of his most charming performances in WHAT WOMEN WANT, a cute
comedy-fantasy about a womanizing advertising executive who gets
quasi-electrocuted one night and upon awakening, discovers he has the
ability to hear what all women are thinking, an ability he initially
rebuffs, then abuses, and then runs from with all his might. Gibson is
charming and sexy in this film...his dance in the apartment with the
fedora to the Frank Sinatra record is a delight and he is well matched
by Helen Hunt as his new boss. There are other amusing supporting turns
by Alan Alda, Marisa Tomei, Valerie Perrine, Delta Burke, Loretta
Devine, and Ashley Johnon as Mel's daughter. If you think Mel Gibson is
the sexiest man alive, WHAT WOMEN WANT is the film for you..
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This movie is great, I like the idea of being able to read Allene minds which I'm sure is every guys dream. Don't get me wrong, I sometimes wish I could have that ability to read minds but I guess it's ok. Just move on like every other person..
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Very good. Interesting, scientific.
i like this movie very good realy.
what woman want.
What women want is an excellent movie. It provides insight into what women think in different situations..
A very patronising view of women
Mel Gibson plays an advertising executive who suddenly becomes able to
read women's thoughts, which he uses to his advantage until he become a
reformed character and starts wanting to help women instead of taking
advantage of them. Too sweet for words. The women in the film are a
bunch of hopless losers, all of whom need the help of a man (Gibson, of
course) to help them out. Helen Hunt plays Gibson's boss, and she's so
sweet and helpless you wonder how she ever got to be a tea-lady,let
alone a top executive in a ruthless business like advertising. Gibson
stitches her up by stealing her ideas, and naturally she can't do a
thing to help herself, poor little thing, until he takes pity on her.
His daughter spends most of the film slavering with lust over her
boyfriend, then suddenly she inexpicably goes off the idea of having
... with him (why?), but she can't get out of it herself, oh no, Daddy
has to come and rescue her. And the girl in the office who's going to
commit suicide because she can't get promoted (yes, honestly) guess who
comes to her rescue. ....