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What Women Want

Rating:PG-13 (for sexual content and language)
Genre:Comedy, Drama, Romance
Release Date:December 15, 2000
Running time:120 minutes
Cast:Mel Gibson, Marisa Tomei, Helen Hunt, Lauren Holly, Mark Feuerstein
Director:Nancy Meyers
Producer:Nancy Meyers, Matt Williams, Susan Cartsonis, Gina Matthews, Bruce Davey
Writer:Nancy Meyers, Josh Goldsmith, Cathy Yuspa
Distributor:Paramount Pictures

Description: A Chicago advertising exec, Nick Marshall, gets a whole new outlook on life when a fluke accident gives him the ability to read women's minds. At first, this gift provides Nick with way too much information, but he begins to realize that he can use it to good effect, especially when it comes to outwitting his new boss, Darcy Maguire. In spite of his best efforts to finesse Darcy, he soon finds himself falling in love and ultimately understanding what women want.

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