Mann kann, Frau erst recht

Mann kann, Frau erst recht

When Tina discovers her current boyfriend, Frank, has been cheating on her, she rewrites his text to a competition in a male magazine as a story about his small penis. When the story wins, Tina dresses as a man to collect the prize as Frank Schmidt. She is instead offered a job at the magazine and has to deal with pretending to be a man as well as her developing feelings for the chief editor, Moritz.

When Tina discovers her current boyfriend, Frank, has been cheating on her, she rewrites his text to a competition in a male magazine as a story about his small penis. When the story wins, Tina dresses as a man to collect the prize as Frank Schmidt. She is instead offered a job at the magazine and has to deal with pretending to be a man as well as her developing feelings for the chief editor, Moritz. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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kwanjana k (mx) wrote: This movie is so stupid. It doesn't deserve even a half star!

Will D (kr) wrote: I first caught a glimpse of this film on TV years ago; the scene I remember was of a guy thrown off a white boat and drowned (looked like an 80s movie), but what made it special was the dialogue was all sung in opera. This made me fascinated in this movie for years, for I never knew the title.Finally, thanks to a couple of similar sources to the scene I remember, I found out the name of the movie, and having seen familiar clips online, I knew what I was looking for and decided to buy it immediately.Well, having seen it, I have to say this movie's okay. It drags on at parts and you lose track of interest in the characters that way. But it's not that bad. What this movie tries to do is something new: a true story of a terrorist hijacking, set to traditional opera. Almost everyone sings their dialogue. It's humorous, but serious. That alongside the music adds to the impact on the scenes you see. It's that only charm that makes the movie fascinating to watch.Unfortunately, I can't recommend this as a movie you'd watch again and again. The only moment in this movie I'll remember is the scene I first saw on TV years ago.

Emily the F (it) wrote: I like the crossover element and it works well, but think I liked Rugrats in Paris better.

Chris J (ru) wrote: What's wrong with having a funky monkey that's just havin' a good time?

Andrew T (ag) wrote: Lost Highway is a film by David Lynch. I enjoy Lynch's style except here it feels more like a story was rearranged to fit within a certain formula. This formula would later be reused in Mulholland drive. I have the same problem with both films. While the style is interesting, I feel like they both take fairly simple and ultimately uninteresting stories with underdeveloped characters and complicate them so that it plays like a Lynch film. The result is interesting to watch because of the style but ultimately only mildly satisfying.

Sarah L (us) wrote: A great film about best friends and the effects of war...

Matt G (au) wrote: While it's interesting to see the humanity behind a zombie / vampire-like disease, Cronenberg's scifi-exploitation feature is a bit too predictable and laborious to be scary. The gimmick, an experimental surgery turns a woman's armpit into a blood-sucking worm, is played out halfway through and the remaining story isn't nearly engaging enough. Some arresting horror visuals and cool music can't save it.

Eric J (jp) wrote: Kind of like "All About Eve" for the go-go late 60's. Sharon Tate, Susan Hayward and Patty Duke were memorable in this film about drugs and booze and the ins and outs of show business.

Logan M (es) wrote: Casting Nick Jonas in an erotic thriller sounds like a gimmick aimed directly at the preteen fans of his former boy band, but he has undeniable leading man qualities and acting chops to boot. As a whole, "Careful What You Wish For" in no way redefines, but it's an interesting watch that seldomly drags.

Paul D (br) wrote: A notch or two above your average Disney family film, this one has a little bit more thought to it, and is poetic in places.