Woman in Love

Woman in Love

An actor's career takes a "Tootsie"-like turn when he lets himself be cast as a woman in a movie.

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Paul D (us) wrote: Nice enough story which is also a low-key comedy, however the MItchell & Webb television persona is still evident and as such feels small screen.

Dru Y (es) wrote: One of the greatest stoner films ever made. Gregg Araki is a genius with impeccably good taste in music. I like his films very much.

Jesse R (nl) wrote: Fast action paced movie that features Jean-Claude Van Damme as Sam Keenan, who's job is to protect the U.S. ambassador. I pretty decent movie.

Kami B (fr) wrote: Lovely romantic comedy. Everyone played their part well. Loved the ending!

Mark M (us) wrote: Great Christian movie!

John D (au) wrote: People who don't like this movie are obviously not a fan of pre but I thought they portrayed Pre perfectly. Stubborn, cocky, and downright awesome.

Vicky P (ag) wrote: I don't really get Bruce LaBruce's films but this one's fun. And there are all those pretty men~

John H (kr) wrote: convoluted at times, but the creative death scenes & a twist ending that works is the reason that happy birthday to me is different & better then other slashers

James K (au) wrote: Yet another semi-autobiographical rumination on fame and film from Woody Allen.

Ethan R (fr) wrote: It may not be one of Hitchcock's sheer masterpieces, such as Vertigo or Psycho, but Marnie is still a well-constructed and interesting psychological thriller, with amazing cinematography and trace amounts of fast editing that seems very unique for a movie of its time.

M C (ag) wrote: Flubber has cool effects and a few funny performances, but in all it isn't that good. 44/100

John R (gb) wrote: 150209: I could critique small flaws in this movie but there is no way I will. This is a fantastic story, even as I write this 28 years later. KISS.