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Dr. T & the Women
Dr T the Women
Director: Robert Altman
Genres: Comedy

Loose-limbed and casual even for a Robert Altman movie, Dr. T & the Women has a sly, offhanded wit that makes up for its ramshackle structure. Richard Gere's eponymous gynecologist seems the model of success: his office i...  more »

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Director: Robert Altman
Genres: Comedy
Sub-Genres: Comedy
Studio: NULL
Format: DVD
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 3
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: Unrated

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Member Movie Reviews

Karin M. (KarinM) from FORTUNA, CA
Reviewed on 1/10/2011...
This movie was...corny but cute...right up until the end, which wins the 'Left Turn' award for makeing a complete left turn with an ending that made NO SENSE WHATSOEVER! Rediculous.

Movie Reviews

Only For Farrah Fans To Buy a Bad Movie!
Perry R. Johnson | Atlanta, Ga. | 10/18/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)

"Richard Gere is prominent Dr. T the gynecologist. The opening scene has Mr. Gere looking at an elderly lady during her gynecolgical check up. From the opening scene, you think this movie would be funny. However, a talented cast was wasted in this mediocre script. Poor Farrah had only a few scenes but did have third star billing. She does do a nude scene in the shopping mall's water fountain. The other cast is in small scenes as well, with maybe the exception of Helen Hunt. Shelly Long is funny in her role as Richard Gere's assistant, who is secretly in love with him. The lesbian sequence should have been eliminated because it was very small and didn't add much to the plot of the movie. But then again, the movie doesn't really have much plot. Anyway, if you are a Farrah fan and want to collect all of her movies, add this to your collection in her memory. However, I for one am glad that I only spent $1.99 for this dvd. Sorry to the Robert Altman's fans."