He Said, She Said details
|Starring:||Danton Stone, Stanley Anderson, Rita Karin, Sharon Stone, Leon Russom, Nathan Lane, Phil Leeds, Elizabeth Perkins, Kevin Bacon, Anthony LaPaglia|
|Directors:||Marisa Silver, Ken Kwapis|
|Genres:||Comedy - Romantic, Romance|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
He Said, She Said
|Run time:||1 hour 51 minutes|
|Rental release:||10 Jun 2002|
|Dubbed:||German, French, Spanish, Italian|
|Subtitles:||Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
Most helpful review
Light & easy to watchBy a customer from Northamptonshire , 19 Mar 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]This film really shows it's age - but for all that - it is fun to watch.
It tells the story of a relationship seen through the eyes of both the partners in that relationship. It is truly a testament to just how men and women see things from a different perspective.
You follow the two main characters as they both review their respective lives and the relationship that they have been partners in for the previous 3 years. What is funny and interesting is that the memories of certain events are so totally different - one view very obviously from a man's memory pattern and the other from a female memory pattern.
The differences between the two comparisons is quite an eye opener.
The film itself is a very light and airy affair, it doesn't take itself too seriously (at all) and in all fairness is an easy watch.
Some might feel that it is a waste of a couple of hours - but they will have missed the hidden agenda deeply buried in the film.
I enjoyed it, infact I'm so sad that I have watched it twice. The second time around you definately see more of the subtle battle of the sexes in a well written script.
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Light and fluffyBy a customer from London , 10 Mar 2009An enjoyable watch, but am willing to bet that after 2 weeks you wont remember any of it
The way I see it.. it's perfectBy donaldmacd (8 reviews) from Aberdeen , 24 Jun 2008I've seen this film in the cinema, on tv and on dvd. I'm a fan of this movie because it does something different.. tries to see the same situation from different perspectives.
Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Perkins are amiable leads and Anthony La Paglia, Nathan Lane and a sultry Sharon Stone are able support. The story goes that the two leads are competing writers on the Baltimore Sun newspaper and set out opposing points on view first in the paper and then to a wider audience.
There are ups and downs along the way and the film divides in two, showing first the male viewpoint and then the female before a final resolution is reached. Its witty, sharp and well written. Some would say it is predictable but a film for a wide audience needs to give them what they want.
It's a big thumbs up from me for this one
Mars vs VenusBy a customer from Ascot, England , 27 Jul 2006The history of a romance from the man's and the woman's point of view. Very enjoyable and rather funny in many places, but nevertheless worth thinking about.
Blah Blah BlahBy a customer from Warrington, England , 16 Jan 2006Not a good film I have to say. Maybe it's because it's aged badly. Maybe it's because I don't like Kevin Bacon. The only interesting part was getting to see the way the different sexes can interpret the same events and conversations. Not interesting enough for me to be able to recommend it tho!
Not as good as I rememberedBy a customer from Wareham, England , 29 Aug 2005The heading says it all really, Kevin Bacon is always worth watching but this doesn't really do him any favours.