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In the Land of Women

User rating: 3.38 28 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: April 20, 2007

PG-13 | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 1h 37m

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User rating: 3.38

Based on 151 votes and 28 reviews.

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User rating: August 7, 2007

this movie was very well done, damnnn just like steak!!! (H) hot hot hot but the ending sucks so turn it of 3/4 of the way through ;) ..unpredictable fo sho ( go see it )

User rating: June 17, 2007

If there was a land of women, why would they pick a guy who looks like one of them.

User rating: May 21, 2007

I loved this movie, it was very captivating all through, however while I was satisfied with the ending, I felt it could have been a little stonger. I give it 4 stars

User rating: May 18, 2007

Absolutely horrible !! Yes, indeed the guy was cute and all, but it was one of the 2 most boring movies I've ever watched in my entire life !!!

User rating: May 18, 2007

Oh man, this sucked. Another Gigli.

User rating: May 1, 2007

the most part a boring movie where not much of anything happens and I give 3 stars

User rating: April 30, 2007

GREAT MOVIR!!! I want to see it again. Where can I find a guy like Carter Webb? Adam Brody has some STAR qualities for sure. Can't wait to own this on DVD.

User rating: April 29, 2007

there were some funny parts but other than that the storyline made no sense at all. most of the characters are forgotten about near the end (ie: Paige and Sarah's husband)...not worth watching in the theatre.

User rating: April 28, 2007

definetly a good show using low profile actors, excellent job

User rating: April 28, 2007

Comments are hard to decide if you want to see the show or not. Girls gush about adam brody and young people who completely missed the storyline call it boring. It's about understanding who you are and how you relate to the world as that person.