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For the most part, 100 women seemed like it had two distinct writers, one that did the subtle, nuanced lovely scenes with the protagonist and the women in the film, and another who did the over-the-top low-brow scenes between the protagonist and the other men in the film. In the end, this dichotomy was supposed to illustrate the protagonist's epiphany, but the male-on-male scenes really didn't have to be as stupid as they were to do this. If the writer could have reined it in a little for the latter scenes, I would have found the movie much more enjoyable and a potential for rewatching. As is, I wouldn't watch it again.
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2021
Terrible! This would be too annoying or not annoying enough for a drinking game. Possible use: unintimidating seeming date flick while you wait for the roofies to kick in. Which again means this is a must not watch for the other party involved. Skip it.
After a REALLY bad day, boy meets girl and they have an instant spark. Due to a "climate intervention", boy loses girl's phone number. Eventually boy finds girl but she is miserable and he must find out what is wrong and make her happy again. In the process, he comes across girl# 2 and he must make a choice.
A young, unknown Jennifer Morrison (House, MD) alone makes this worth watching!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 8, 2013
It's a weird and crazy movie, but wonderfully perfect for a laid-back Saturday night in - either with friends or alone. I thoroughly enjoyed! And it's an amazing bonus that the always fantastic Jennifer Morrison stars in it :D