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Plot: This sexy, teen-comedy is about a freshman, Matthew, at college who meets his dream girl in a dorm elevator during a blackout. He never sees her face, but instantly falls in love. In the ... Runtime: 94 mins Release Date: 01 Sep 2000
If they can get an r rating, they'll do well! (by Scoopy)
This is a pretty cute coming-of-age flick which has been languishing in distributor purgatory for more than a year. An indy filmed in late 1999, it was hoped to be a summer youth comedy, ala American Pie, but it never managed to work out a US distribution deal, and it may still not have one. They are now talking on the official web site about releasing it in the summer of 2001 in the USA, even though it has already been playing for some months across the world. They have some hot young names in the cast: Jaime Pressly the major babe of "Poison Ivy 3" , Marissa Ribisi "Grown <more>
Ups"; she's Giovanni's twin sister , Katherine Heigl "Roswell" And I like the concept. Matt is a college freshman, a virgin, a bright and sensitive kid but basically a dweeb. Early in the year he is trapped in an elevator with a girl during a blackout, they have a tremendous heartfelt discussion, they make love, but he never sees her face. When he wakes up, she's gone without a trace. Ignoring the fact that she would have left a note if she wanted to see him again, Matt knows that he's found his true love, and will have to find her. All he knows is that she resides in a certain dorm with 100 residents, so he has to concoct a series of ploys in order to gain admittance to the building and the trust of the girls. One of the girls becomes his accomplice, and between them they come up with two different plans. Sometimes Matt is the uniformed maintenance man who will take care of the girls dorm. Sometimes he's in drag as a woman.In the course of the semester, he really learns a lot about women while searching for his honey. He learns so much that after his speech to 100 open windows, begging his secret lover to reveal her identity, she does not, but all the other hetero girls claim they were the one! He can basically have any of them, and he's come to like many of them during the year, but he's a romantic and an honorable man, so he continues his search for his true love. Other salient points:There isn't much flesh, but there is plenty of really dirty talk. Dora, the intellectual girl, likes to read Henry Miller and D.H, Lawrence out loud, for example, and the taboo "c" word appears in the reading, along with some very lustful situations! When the girls are completely at ease, when they are drunk and Matt is in drag, they tell some hilarious stories to each other. One night each of them shares her funniest stories about oral sex. I suppose there is a real risk of NC-17 in the USA, for the language, and for the fact that one of the girls is openly promiscuous, seduces Matt, and obviously is really into it, both with her speech and her hips. It was some darned good lovin', not movie sex at all, but real people getting used to each other and having problems, then working it out.Matt's own roommate is a doofy misogynist who is into "penis power", a system in which he gradually ties larger and larger weights to his penis, to lengthen and strengthen it. And of course, there is the requisite evil dude who exploits women.Believe it or not, it is an intelligent movie. Possibly too intelligent for this genre. In fact, the dialogue is probably too intelligent for this or any other genre. The characters actually talk in written English rather than spoken English, the kind of poetic rhapsodies that nobody is capable of in real life, not JFK or Churchill or anybody else. Matt's speech to the 100 open windows is the spiritual descendant of Kevin Costner's famous speech in Bull Durham, too articulate to really be off the cuff, and it has the same impact on all 100 girls that Costner's words had on Sarandon. But I don't think we need to consider that a weakness. Let's just say that the movie walks a fine line between literate and literary, and sometimes it may cross over the line a bit too far, but you'll allow it because it isn't boring and it produces the desired effect. Hope they get a US distributor, and I hope they can get an r-rating, because I think a lot of young people will like this funny and sincere film. I won't tell you it's a great work of genius, and I won't say it's a sure hit, but I think it deserves a chance to let the popular jury make that call. It has a strong pro-female stance in that it portrays women as the only real grown-ups in the world, and Matt's experience in drag really sensitizes him to how much abuse women have to tolerate, so it could reach out to a female audience, assuming the rough talk is OK with them.Young guys should like it, and learn from it. Some of them will buy a ticket just to see Katherine Heigl playing enthusiastic foosball in her bra. And I predict they won't demand a refund.
As the title tells you this movie contains a lot of girls. But the main subject in this is the relationship between a man and a women. The main character Matt Matthew has had a one night stand in a elevator but he doesn't now who the girl is the only thing he do now is that a pair of trousers belongs to her. He starts his journey to find this girl and while his searching his learning more and more about how men treat women and the other way around. He releases that men are fools. This is what this movie is about and it really triggers a man's thoughts and makes us discover how bad <more>
we really are. So the tip of the day for all men around the world is to watch this movie. Or are you scared to face your own weaknesses?//Re_bound
What do women want?Watch this movie.It's great. (by thor_romania)
I wonder if this guy isn't right somehow? He starts to react to the everyday girl's habits,and understands their necessity.He also understands why and especially,for what are men angry.Step by step,you start to understand a little of this guy's incredible brain power.So it's a movie.So what?We are all under the pressure to look great for girls,and they try to look good for us.When we are ugly,we give up all our dreams,and start to cry.Mass Media has this effect on all of us .Look good,get girl,be happy.Lame!this movie is a guideline to those who do not understand women,I <more>
say.And to the guy who said is awful,how many girlfriends did you have until now?And I do not mean paid for the night!
A great teen comedy that should've been in theaters. (by ukwildcats101)
100 girls is about pretty much every man's dream: a mysterious one-night stand with a gorgeous girl. The problem is, Matthew Jonathan Tucker has no clue who the girl is and absolutely needs to find out.I agree with many other reviewer that this reminds one of "American Pie" but this movie reaches a much more profound intellectual girls, reaching its high points during the foosball matches between Matthew and Arlene Katherine Heigl . I could not help but laugh at James DeBello's character Rod and the movie was all-around great. Definitely a 9 out of 10!
A thinking man's teen movie? (by Havan_IronOak)
If Tom Stoppard were to write a teen movie, this would be it. The hero in this film is on a quest to find the girl that he had anonymous sex with during a blackout when they were both trapped in an elevator.Throughout his search, he is constantly waxing rhapsodic in long speeches about what he has learned about women. Just check the quotes section for one sample speech. The speech may not win over the mystery girl but it wins him the affection of almost every other girl in the dorm. This movie is literate, well done, and consistently entertaining. The story quickly moves along from one <more>
comedic encounter to another, never takes itself too seriously, and treats the battle between the sexes in a realistic manner. Like the main character, the viewer could learn a lot about women by hearing what is said. I'm not surprised that the reviews for this film are mixed. Not everyone is ready to hear such things.
witty, blunt and sharp dialogue, excellent performances (by EmilyH)
I just saw this on HBO. Unfortunately I missed the big plot scene---the one in the elevator. I still figured out who it was but I found myself wanting it to be all the three major female leads. They were all extremely likable characters and the actors were excellent. Writing for this is wonderful and the delivery of the lines matches their intrigue. I definately rooted for the "dork" who has a killer smile. Although I thought the ending was a bit neat and tidy I liked it a lot and highly recommend it. The only thing I didn't like was the tongue biting part. I truly could have <more>
done without that--eww. If you haven't seen this, go rent it. I am going to buy it though!
Intelligent movie that speaks in all the right areas, ignores the rest (by TheWonkits)
The script to this film was wonderfully intelligent. The metaphors and similes were vivid, tangible things that let you really feel the meaning of what the writer was saying. They were poorly introduced, and the acting wasn't fantastic, but those were not the key points of this film. The director and writer wasn't trying to speak to you through those portions of the film's anatomy, they were there as filler to simply make it possible to put the excellent script onto a piece of film. This film makes you think, addresses interesting issues in gripping ways from both sides, but can <more>
be misinterpreted if you try to skim over its message. I would recommend it if you are willing to give it a shot and aren't one of those people that gets up-in-arms over every little mildly politically-incorrect thing. The film illustrates sexism by demonstrating at times, and you have to understand that otherwise you'll be offended.
I saw this movie one day on Cinemax. Then I saw it again, on Cinemax, and then I couldn't get it out of my head. A trip to Media Play was required in order for me to obtain this movie that was strangely addicitive. 100 Girls is the kind of movie you watch when there is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING BETTER TO DO ANYWHERE ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH!!! I did find it amusing to laugh at the character of Matt, who is practically killing himself in order to find his "one true love" who really just gave him a phonomenal lay one night on an elevator. Throughout the movie, Matt drops one liners that <more>
provide wonderfully helpful, and wildly innacurate, insight to the female psyche. Outside of that, there really isn't much need to watch this movie.Oh, except for Jamie Pressley and Katherine Hegli...
Unlike most of the teen movies these days where gross jokes and bare breasts rule, and nothing much else matters, this movie stands apart because you come away caring about the main character, and as an added bonus it actually has a plot that is interesting. The final scene outside the dorm, is one that would make Casanova proud!