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What Love Is [DVD] [2007]

  • SKU: 8762378
  • Release Date: 04/01/2008
  • Rating: R

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    50% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1 out of 2)

    Special Features

    • Commentary with writer/director Mars Callahan and producers George Bours and John Hermansen
    • Making love: the making-of What Love Is
    • Closed Captioned


    What Love Is
    Poolhall Junkies actor/writer/director Mars Callahan once again pulls triple duty with this battle of the sexes comedy starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., Sean Astin, Matthew Lillard, Gina Gershon, and Anne Hesche. It's Valentine's Day, and Sarah (Victoria Pratt) has just kicked longtime boyfriend Tom (Gooding, Jr.) to the curb. Now, as Tom's friends Sal (Lillard), Ken (Callahan), George (Astin), and Wayne (Andrew Daly) drop by to discuss the shortcomings of the female gender, Sarah and her friends congregate in the bathroom to bond over stories about sex and relationships. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Cuba Gooding, Jr.
      Cuba Gooding, Jr. - Tom
    • Matthew Lillard
      Matthew Lillard - Sal
    • Sean Astin
      Sean Astin - George
    • Andrew Daly
      Andrew Daly - Wayne
    • Anne Heche
      Anne Heche - Laura

    Customer rating

    Rating 3.5 out of 5 stars with 2 reviews

    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      If you like theatre, maybe


      This was an experimental film. First we do the five men. Then we do the five women. Then we bring them together. And we film it all in 9 days. The nine days shows. The men get the bulk of the attention. And maybe men talk like this today. Of course the point of the film seems to be men are becoming women and women are becoming men. The women get far less time. At least they don't shout as much. And they don't attack each other as much. But of course they have to talk in the rest room. Then they "come together". Well, not really. They sort of pair off and talk some more. Quite frankly nothing happens. All of the politically correct characters are here. And they all say the politically incorrect things. If you like dialogue and don't mind a bit of male overacting, then it's a fairly decent waste of time. But if you want something to happen in your film, then skip this experiment despite the cast.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      fast paced


      Matt Lillard is very good in this movie. I've never seen a movie like this, it's very fresh.

      I would recommend this to a friend

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