Taraji P. Henson comedy What Men Want screened in advance for Cineworld Unlimited members last night, and they've shared their reactions.
The Hidden Figures star plays Ally, an ambitious sports agent angling for promotion who gains the ability to read men's minds. She soon uses her new-fangled powers to get ahead of the game in terms of her love life and career.
Emma@TheMovies says the film delivers all the laughs she was expecting.
That was exactly what I needed for my week. #WhatMenWant was funny and easy to watch... I laughed, I cringed, and I would be lying if I said I didn’t want that psychic power.— Emma @ The Movies (@VisionInMovies) March 4, 2019
Jon Steele-Mills says the movie was the ideal solution for enlivening a dreary March Monday.
Perfect film to make a crappy Monday seem better! Belly laughs galore, sport and comedy = gold.— Jon Steele-Mills (@thepump74) March 4, 2019
Connor Garfield says he found the movie an amusing watch.
Absolutely amazing! Such a great and funny film – loved it! Highly recommend— Connor Garfield (@connor_garfield) March 4, 2019
Bill Curzon says that despite what he perceived as a patchy screenplay, Henson carries the movie.
On the other hand, Cheltenham Cinematic says the movie didn't quite hit the mark.
#WhatMenWant started off very difficult with its OTT macho boardroom scene but did get better as the movie progressed, it was a brave attempt at switching the role from the #WhatWomenWant film, but didn’t quite cut it. ** #CineworldUnlimited #UnlimitedScreening— Cheltenham Cinematic (@CheltCinematic) March 4, 2019
And Scott Meadows says, for him, the movie doesn't live up to its gender-reversed predecessor.
not as good as what woman want but not bad 6/10 for me, quite funny in parts— scott meadows (@scottymcclue) March 4, 2019
What Men Want hits Cineworld screens on 15th March so keep your eyes peeled for future Unlimited screenings.
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