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What Men Want Movie Review(Spoilers)

February 26, 2019

 

 

What Men Want is heartwarming comedy features main character Ali Davis, played by Taraki P. Henson. Over the course of this movie, we experience Ali gaining the ability to read men’s minds. Ali Davis is a sports agent at a firm and is eager to sign the new hot NBA draft pick, Jamal Berry, played by Shane Paul McGhie. Although, she finds it hard to move up the “latter” at her job, after surely realizing that gaining recognition would be harder than she thought. After all, she does not understand what men want, at least for now.

After a physic reading at her friend's bachelorette party, everything is about to take a toll on her. This may be because the physic reader they sent in was found on Facebook, but something in the cards is playing on her tonight. When she wakes up in the hospital after a hard night of partying, she suddenly notices something is very wrong. She can hear men’s inner thoughts. When she returns to work the next day she decides to take this newly found talent to her advantage in order to get the famous NBA star Jamal Berry to partner up with her. At the end of the movie, we can see that Davis no longer wants  this power and asks the physic reader to take the power back. Davis even says that it is what’s on the inside that matters; your heart. The only person’s voice that matters is your own. You know best what you want. Sadly, the reader tells her that she can not take her power back and that she has to live with it. After another bonk on the head, Davis returns to normal and can no longer hear men’s inner thoughts, but did she end up signing Jamal Berry on her team? Watch this movie to find out, and get a good laugh. Although, this movie is rated R, so make sure you bring an appropriate audience.

 

 

 

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