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Gabrielle Anwar stars in the romantic comedy DADDY WHO? (aka KIMBERLY). She plays Kimberly, an English girl and daughter of an Olympic rower, who agrees to coach an inept rowing team. The four guys on the team all agree not to try and woo the beautiful Kimberly, but each does so anyway. However, when she ends up pregnant and no one knows which one of them is the father, they all agree to help prepare for the baby's arrival. United by the prospect of fatherhood, the team is able to train for their rowing competition and, along with Kimberly, become a close knit family. Written by
I watched this movie because there are very few films that have rowing in them. However, unless you want to laugh at just how badly the rowing sequences are filmed (and how horribly the "coxswain" is portrayed), I would not recommend this movie. It is not a romantic comedy, nor does it shed light on any sort of feminist idea. It is a bad movie with bad writing, acting, editing and filming. I will admit it did cause quite a few unintentional laughs, but that is not usually enough for someone to endure almost two hours of bad film-making. The plot is about four guys who want to compete at a regatta, and so they need a coxswain, and they find one in Kimberly. From there, all four have a romantic interest in her. The plot follows in a very predictable way from there.
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