The Trouble with Single Women - Yvonne Roberts Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330353810 / Author: Yvonne Roberts / Genre: Fiction / 30-something decides to give up men.....
Newest Review: ... daughter, lover, colleagues think at different occasions. I t is the story of a Chicago advertising executive (Mel Gibson) ... more
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by - written on 10/06/01, updated on 19/07/01
If you think that this movie would enlighten you by revealing the biggest secret on earth What women want? Then you will be disappointed especially the male audience but ladies may like it as they can compare a few moments with their own thoughts. It’s more about what different women like wife, daughter, lover, colleagues think at different occasions. I t is the story of a Chicago advertising executive (Mel Gibson) who is divorced and have a 15 year old daughter. He is a charmer who has his way with women but does not really care what women want or think. Just when he think he will become the chief another director is hired who is a woman (Helen Hunt) and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/01, updated on 03/04/01 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Fiona Travers has had enough of various Mr Wrongs, and the constant reasssurances from friends, family and strangers that one day she will find a man - so she puts herself on the shelf and officially signs off from the hunt for Mr Right. Simple? Not if her well meaning friends and family have anything to do with it! They can't quite believe that she means it, so to prove the point, Fee gets involved in making a TV programme announcing the fact to the world, and then has to live with the consequences! As well as all this, she's also trying to solve the various problems of her friends, and get on with her mother, who really doesn't understand Fee's ... Read the complete review
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