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100 Women
100 Women
Actors: Chad Donella, Jennifer Morrison, Erinn Bartlett, Steve Monroe, Chene Lawson
Director: Michael Davis
Genres: Comedy, Drama
R     2003     1hr 38min

Sams a dexterity challenged art student having the worst day of his life when a streak of fate & a gust wind blows hope across his path. She cheers him up & restores his faith in life. Life switches their attitudes & the n...  more »


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Actors: Chad Donella, Jennifer Morrison, Erinn Bartlett, Steve Monroe, Chene Lawson
Director: Michael Davis
Creators: Michael Davis, Ehud Bleiberg, Michele Lipkin, Moshe Peterburg, Richard Finney, Terence Michael, Yitzhak Ginsberg
Genres: Comedy, Drama
Sub-Genres: Romantic Comedies, Drama
Studio: Lions Gate
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen - Closed-captioned,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 04/29/2003
Original Release Date: 01/01/2001
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2001
Release Year: 2003
Run Time: 1hr 38min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish

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Movie Reviews

100 Women is Not the same movie as 100 girls
Laurie | Va. Beach, Va. United States | 04/29/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This movie "100 Women" is by the maker of "100 girls" but they are two separate movies. Each are realistic in their depiction of a young man seeking genuine love & sex but this movie is about Sam who's a dexterity-challenged art student having the worst day of his life when a streak of fate & a gust of wind blows Hope ( a young woman )across his path. Hope cheers him up- restoring his faith in life. The next time the Sam meets Hope-she's living in a woman's residence & is irreversibly depressed. Sam embarks on a mission to restore her zest for life. Along the way, Sam finds the smile he's been looking for in the last place he thought he would ever find it. Chad Donella,Erinn Bartlett,Jennifer Morrison, Clint Howard, Steve Monroe. By the Writers & directors of " 8 days a Week" & " 100 Girls". It's a Sexy-Sexual Romantic Comedy with a love for love & a love for life & a Male's View of Loving Women and loving A woman."
Rated 'R' for Romantic and Restricted
CLLR | CA USA | 01/08/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"First of all, I've been a fan of Chad Donella for some while now, and the main reason I saw this movie was basically because he was in it. At the beginning of the movie, I saw some sexual things, and I thought it was going to be one of those over-the-top teen movies about sex and nudity. It may be very sexual (and some of the things seem incredibly stupid), but in the progress of the film, you see Sam, an art student, in his quest to find out why his friend Hope "lost her smile," (and seems obssesed by it), how he finds love somewhere he never imagined. It's a cute and somewhat unique love story, but the teen-ish essence is notable in some parts.It's definitely NOT for the young. It has crude sexual humor and brief nudity."
Don't miss this one
LeftManOut | TheCityThatNeverSleeps, FL | 10/19/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Like it has been said before in other reviews, the movie "100 Women" has nothing to do with the movie "100 Girls." They are written and directed by the same person, but that is all that really links the movies together. There are a lot of things about this movie that make it one of the best unknown comedies around. The cast of characters is a relatively small and unknown one, however everyone in the movie plays their parts perfectly. My hat goes off to LGF for once again bringing us one of the best comedies around.

The movie follows Sam, who's an art student who is in despair over his favorite teacher telling him that he has no hope of being an artist. Sam is all but ready to give up his dream, until a young woman named Hope comes across his path one day, and decides to cheer him up. The two instantly hit it off, and Hope writes her phone number on Sam's hand. Unfortunately it is raining and the number gets washed off. Sam then has to find Hope again. When he finally does encounter her, there's something far different about her personality. She's not the genial girl he met in the road, and now he is determined to help her "get her smile back". Along the way Sam ends up finding love in the last place he would have expected to. Just like "100 Girls" there's plenty of memorable dirty jokes and scenes and gags(including an epic snot shooting battle, a burping fight, a chinese finger trap gone wrong, and a girl who uses her pager for something totally different than you would think), and the cast is very likeable. There's also a lot of social commentary on our society and our stereotypes. These are meld together to make one of the best underground comedies I've seen in quite sometime.

This is highly recommended for anyone who was a fan of "100 girls" or "8 Days A week", or anyone who is into romantic comedies, who can be as soft as they are dirty. All in all I think most will find themselves satisfied by the viewing experience, and maybe even find one of their newest favorite movies. While I still prefer "100 Girls" (but then again I probably always will) that doesn't detract anything from this movie. Snag a copy today and start enjoying the laughs right away."