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How to Seduce Difficult Women (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 30 October 2009 (USA)
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Philippe, a French-American writer living in Manhattan, decides to take on ten relationship-challenged men to help them learn the art of seduction.

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Philippe, a French-American writer living in Manhattan, decides to take on ten relationship-challenged men to help them learn the art of seduction.

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For every woman ready to exhale, there is a man waiting to inhale

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one of the worst movies ever!
31 October 2009 | by See all my reviews

Please please do not waste your time. This is truly one of the worst 'movies' ever made. I almost walked out several times. The director doesn't know how to direct, acting was just amateurish. The director should keep his day job and keep doing people's hair for a living. The movie did get a few laughs (probably because of all of the director's friends in the audience), but the laughs were only coming from men. Rude, demeaning, awful. The only thing that was interesting about it was the soundtrack. The music was absolutely wonderful. Didn't get a chance to catch the composer's name, but hope he/she gets better films to work on in the future.


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