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Express UK reported "What Men Want reviews: What do critics say about gender-swapped What Women Want movie?" on Friday

[] Henson comes out swinging in this female-centric update of the 2000 Mel Gibson rom-com What Women Want' but the cliché-ridden film can't go the distance Candice Frederick for TheWrap: Like the original film, except its themes more directly address real-life bias in the workplace by giving its female protagonist the permission to be cutthroat, self-obsessed, sexual, and completely unapologetic - and we still want to root for her WHAT MEN WANT is the gender-swapped remake of the 2000 Mel Gibson film What Women Want. What do critics have to say about the film starring Taraji P. Henson?

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Taraji P Henson's gender-flip movie What Men Want is predictable but a laugh Ali takes advantage of him, preventing her own friend from progressing in a nice echo of her own struggle Yes it occasionally hits you over the head with its point (see the Me Too comment), but it's a watchable rom-com that gives you exactly what you want, and it didn't even need to read your mind to get it.

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