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Los Angeles CityBeat

November 12, 2008

English's attempts to fit The Women into a modern setting are intelligent, but that, unfortunately, does not suffice, because the film is so limp in so many other ways.
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eFilmCritic.com
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July 23, 2007

Though it isn't quite Oscar material, Mel Gibson gives what may be the most entertaining big-star performance of its year.
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Newsday
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December 15, 2000

That the movie is made by a woman who can challenge any male filmmaker on Earth for ham-handed direction connotes some kind of sexual equality.
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Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL)

June 17, 2003

Takes a promising idea and buries it under subplots and speeches that don't know when to quit.
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Common Sense Media

December 29, 2010

Gibson keeps this movie afloat.
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Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY)
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June 25, 2004

What Women Want may seem like a one-note sitcom sort of movie, but it's funnier and a layer or two deeper than that.
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Detroit News

December 15, 2000

It's a romantic comedy with a distinctly modern, delicate but sharp, satirical cutting edge.
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TheMovieReport.com
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October 14, 2007

Mel Gibson is at his most megawatt movie star charming.
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Houston Chronicle

December 15, 2000

While Nick comes to appreciate women in all their complexity and depth, the movie is only interested in them as props and tools to aid in his eventual enlightenment.
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Orlando Sentinel

December 15, 2000

For a while, anyway, it's very funny.
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Toronto Star

December 15, 2000

It should be called What Moviegoers Want, because it appeals to both sexes, without pandering to or demeaning either of them.
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Denver Post
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December 15, 2000

[Hunt] elevates what might have been a cute, familiarly plotted movie into a romance with real heart, sweetness and genuine emotion.
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