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What Women Want - 我知女人心 [2011]

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Title: What Women Want

Released: 17 Feb 2011

Director: Daming Chen

 

Casts

Andy Lau

Gong Li

Russell Wong

 

Synopsis

The Chinese are remaking the 2000 Mel Gibson romantic comedy “What Women Want”, in which Gibson’s character gets struck by lightning and suddenly can hear women’s thoughts. Hey, I’m not saying it’s scientifically viable.

 

In the Chinese remake, the eternally young Andy Lau will take over the Gibson role, playing a chauvinistic ad man who uses his newfound powers to get into women’s pants. He meets his match in a feisty co-worker to be played by Gong Li

 

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this movie wasnt bad at all after i watched it i thought that it was gonna suck too

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hahaha cool a chinese version of "what a woman want". the american version was good. this must be better

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This movie is pretty cool and funny how he can read girls minds... only if this happens in real life.

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ehhh....don't really like remake of american movie...no originality at all.

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How i wish we could all read the women's minds.... would be a real treat ...

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Not one of Any Lau great Movie...in fact this movie so cheesy and turn off off.

 

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i tot this movie gonna sucks .....but still watchable afterall

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Good job Andy & Gong Li...this movie is very nice...u all may consider to watch :)

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Should be another good one from Andy...Bravo!! Gong Li??!!! I don't like her. You think she is sexy?? I think she is like a female fox....

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i don't know why andy lau would take on such a movie, it is a crap copycat movie, if i were him, i would not do it just for the money!

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seems like a copycat movie but an andy lau movie is stilll worth watchin

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I will say not 100 percent but 80 percent copy from Mel Gibsons, the one from Mel Gibsons it is batter (I know what woman want), but is not a bad movie.

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Only Andy Lau could survive a bath tub electrocution. Anyone else would be dead.

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just finished watching this, not a bad movie at all. andy lau is pretty good as usual...

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Gong Li looks like she never aged a day since the 90s!

Andy lau again does an awesome job!

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why are they remaking this movie ten years after the release? I'm not sure why they want Gong Li in this movie. Hope it's a good one.

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I thing this all men want , why he don't want it at the and , only he don,t know how to used , so i don,t like this movie ,

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agreed with everyones statement, andy lau didnt do a great job this time, maybe its not his fault blame the director for creating a bad script.

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I'm surprised they were able to make a movie that was exactly like the American version. I like Andy Lau and Gong Li, just not used to seeing all the other chinese actors.

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Andy Lau no doubt is a good senior actor. The story seems interesting. I can't wait to watch this film.

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agree.Both main characters are too old. Doesnt seem right. I actually thought "I love HK" was more original and funny.

 

 

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