100 Girls 2001 R CC

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When a blackout knocks out an elevator in a college girl's dorm, Matthew and a mystery girl connect carnally and emotionally but he's left in the dark as to her true identity. He's got 100 suspects, and a slew of hilarious schemes to worm his way into the hearts and panty drawers of each and every one.

Starring:
Jonathan Tucker, Emmanuelle Chriqui
Runtime:
1 hour, 35 minutes

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Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Michael Davis
Starring Jonathan Tucker, Emmanuelle Chriqui
Supporting actors James DeBello, Katherine Heigl, Larisa Oleynik, Jaime Pressly, Marissa Ribisi, Johnny Green, Aimee Graham, Ange Billman, Kristina Anapau, Rainbeau Mars, Mónica Huarte, Reilly McLaren, Kristin Herold, Anya Marina, Josephine Angelini, Julieanne Steger, Ivana Bozilovic, Danielle Hoover
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
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The humor is very good.
B. E Jackson
The male protagonist is instantly loveable and as his search goes on for his mysterious elevator woman, he learns a lot about the relationship between men and women.
"jesebelle"
If you have never heard of this movie, and you want sex jokes without the mindlessness... buy this one!
Johnny Merrill

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Lawrance Bernabo HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on April 16, 2008
Format: DVD
When this movie showed up in this week's rentals I could not remember why it was on my list, and that was the case until Katharine Heigl showed up as one of the "100 Girls" promised by the title. With Heigl positioned as the current queen of romantic comedy for recent hits such as "Knocked Up" and "27 Dresses," I had added this 2000 film to connect some more of the dots in her film career. My Introduction to Popular Culture class this semester got to choose between "Knocked Up" and "Superbad," so I had just watched those movies again this last week to write up the quiz for the movie unit. "100 Girls" is certainly in the tradition of such raunchy romantic comedies, a genre that I suppose has been around forever, but to my mind was given a cinematic rebirth that has been growing every since the release of "Porky's." That being said, what we have here is one of the more charming examples of the form.

The set up for the film from writer-director Michael Davis ("Eight Days a Week") is that our boy Matthew (Jonathan Tucker) is in the elevator at a girls dorm with a coed who is hidden behind a overflowing laundry basket when the power goes out.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Rob S. on October 3, 2002
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I really enjoyed this superbly-written movie, though I reluctantly group it in the teen movie genre with others like "American Pie." Although the teen flick feel endears this movie to many, I think it has a deeper power behind it that places it above the other movies in its genre. I think it cleverly explores male-female relationships and roles in modern society with wit and witticism. The main character, Matt, discovers his own thoughts and feelings on the gender gap through his experiences as a maintenance man for an all-female dorm, coupled with his nightmarish semester in a Women's Studies class led by an uber-feminist. The realizations he comes to make a lot of sense and thankfully the movie calls out both chauvinists and feminists, dissects both sides, and finally finds a healthy compromise between the two using for examples the real-life experiences we have all had. The movie really gets to the meat-and-potatoes issues that men and women alike face on a daily basis. I think that this movie succeeded in doing what "What Women Want" tried to do (though I liked that movie also) because instead of giving the main male character a superpower-like gift, it places Matt in a real-life (albeit extremely fortunate) circumstance, which allow him the opportunity to intimately explore the opposite sex, as well as discover a lot about his own sex and sexuality. I think that if nothing else, this movie invites us to explore our own feelings towards the sexes in a lighthearted manner. I highly recommend this movie to singles and couples alike.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Merrill on January 19, 2002
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While most teen movies these days go for cheap gags or crude sex jokes, they very rarely have anything to say. Take "American Pie," for instance. A couple of clever scenes, most at the expense of Jason Biggs, but in the end, all the characters merely lose their virginity, and then just move on having grown up a little.
While this movie has no lack of sex jokes, (yeah, the guy with weights hanging from his ... is a bit excessive) it consistently couples them with interesting symbolisms and downright insightful commentary. The premise is this: guy has sex with an anonymous girl on an elevator during a blackout, and then becomes determined to find her. However, in his "quest" he recognizes the importantance of trying to understand the interpersonal relationships between the genders. As he shifts through the girls dorm, we encounter a plethora of female stereotypes. In the end, he (we) come to appreciate each girl as an individual rather than a stereotype, as well as a more over-arching connection between women.
If you have never heard of this movie, and you want sex jokes without the mindlessness... buy this one!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 30, 2009
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100 Girls / B0014D5PO8

*Spoilers*

Though I don't usually go for romantic comedies, "100 Girls" is a standby favorite of mine. When Matt is trapped in an elevator during a power outage with a girl whose face he didn't see (obscured by a large load of laundry she was taking to the dorm laundry room), he finds that the anonymity of darkness allows him to overcome his shyness and actually talk to the other girl, rather than his usual response of being stunned into tongue-tied silence. Several meaningful conversations later, they share an incredible sexual interlude in the dark elevator, and Matt wakes the next morning hopelessly in love...and no idea as to the identify of his 'mystery girl'.

So begins his quest: Matt has one semester to figure out which of the 100 girls in the dorm in question is the woman of his dreams.

Matt tries several terrible attempts to figure out the identity of his dream girl via logic and reason - including an ill-fated attempt to find the matching undies to the pair that was left behind in the elevator - when he finally comes to understand that in order to find the answer, he actually has to get to know these girls. Intimately, as a friend. And as Matt explores these new friendships, he comes to understand more about women, more about himself, and more about gender relations than he ever imagined.

I love this movie because each of the characters starts out as a movie stereotype and ends - as Matt comes to understand them - as a wonderful, complete human being. The gorgeous goddess who has every man writing in her palm secretly worries that no one will ever take her seriously because it will always be assumed that she had help with her homework.
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