100 Girls (2000) - Comedy, Romance

Hohum Score

7

Engaging

Matt spends the night with a girl in an elevator during power outage in a girls' college dorm. He never sees her. Waking up in the morning, panties are all that's left of her. How does he find her in a building with 100 girls?

IMDB: 5.8
Director: Michael Davis
Stars: Jonathan Tucker, Emmanuelle Chriqui
Length: 94 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 20 out of 127 found boring (15.74%)

One-line Reviews (57)

"seemsso true" results in a very enjoyable and insightful view on thethinking's of the opposite sex.

I highly recommend it.

When you leave the theater, you think about them for days.

Even if you don't really care whether Matthew ever finds his lost mystery-love or not, it's still entertaining to watch his quest for love, and to hear the sometimes utterly blunt facts of life and genderhood that are spelled along the way.

When you leave the theater, you are happy because it is nice to think that life could be like that, and that things could work out.

If you want a total feminist perspective on life then watch this movie, otherwise don't waste your time.

This film was quite entertaining and enlightening.

Not exactly a gem, but enjoyable.

I found this movie to be that uninteresting I decided to watch a majority of the movie on fast forward.

[And while I'm completely off-topic, let me take this time to reflect on Katherine Heigl's stunning beauty and voluptuous figure.

An interesting story which proves to be quite addictive and provides an unexpected ending (at least for me).

) The girls are neurotic and predictable.

Pointless, tries to act like men and women should join hands and sing "we are the world".

Most of the dialogue was very predictable, and for a 25+ viewer in the category "been there-done-that".

His never-ending drivel about men and women is only rarely semi-amusing but it is mostly stupid, and as the movie goes on (and regresses in quality) Tucker's dull musings get decreasingly un-PC and eventually quite PC.

Just ran across it on cable, and within 5 minutes I was positive it was done by the same people that did the enjoyable 8 Days A Week.

Don't waste your time.

Unsophisticated but fun, creative though cliche, "100 Girls" aptly dignifies women without deifying them during the self-narrated dissertation on the difference between the sexes.

It isnt as unpredictable as you might think in the begining :) Recommend this to your friends

This movie is literate, well done, and consistently entertaining.

Throw in a ludicrous script with brain dead characters and don't bother to make anything in the movie funny, suspenseful or interesting in any way.

The main character Matt is bearable, but his voice overs quickly become tiresome and his overall behavior is kind of annoying.

Matthew talks a lot and gets tiresome.

After checking the score on IMDb i was expecting something out of the ordinary for a movie like this but no, i found the story uninspiring and the characters retarded and dull.

All in all, the movie is visually and auditorilly bland like butter-less toast.

With a braindead lead character, a terrible mix of gross female worshipping yet also cheap sexual exploitation, ultra slow pacing and only one funny scene with nipple twisting which doesn't hold up in 2018, this isn't a good movie to see now and barely was 18 years ago.

) It's like this guy took every single man-women cliche he had ever come across from sitcoms and stand-up comedy acts going back to the days of vaudeville and decided to build an entire movie around them.

Every girl in the building claims that she's the mystery woman, that she'll go out with Matt, etc. Like I said - contrived, predictable, and unrealistic.

This movie was just so trite.

Like I said before, it was very uninteresting and I didn't care for it at all.

You know where they are going but they have just enough of the unexpected to make the journey interesting.

Just to top if off, its finished by the most horrendously boring and seemingly endless list of nauseating clichés masking as a romantic speech by aforementioned dweeby guy.

Then there are other movies that are just enjoyable and make you feel good.

Entertaining look at both sexes .

I guess I'm being a bit too picky, but those things kind of detracted from an overall entertaining film.

The movie is completely contrived and predictable.

This is a move to cure insomnia and nothing else.

OVERALL: 100 Girls was an entertaining teen flick.

I give it a 4 for a few laughs and the scenery, but otherwise this is a waste of your time and your tolerance for psychobabble.

Both films share the same basic idea: Gorgeous women will swoon for a boring, 98-pound weakling.

For reasons unexplained, the coed manages to exit the elevator before Mr. Tucker emerges; apparently, he fell asleep.

I wouldn't have cared if a bomb had exploded on the dorm building killing them all (that actually seems like a rather enjoyable ending).

So sadly, what promised to be hilariously trashy wound up being much like a lecture from an opinionated bore stopping you on your way to work with a clipboard and a Save the Native Pygmy Rats of Micronesia t-shirt.

However, a scene requiring a lot of movement in which Matthew and one of the girls he befriends is chased up a long flight of stairs by the girl's controlling ex-boyfriend, Crick (Johnny Green), is inappropriately dark and ponderous; starkly contrasting the rest of the film's light feel.

I've heard 100 Girls referred to as a bland teen comedy that's over talkative.

However it is quite an achievement that they managed to fit in every cliche in the history of mankind into 95 minutes.

)But this banality is probably the point of the movie, and it works as a whole.

Very uninteresting.

It is billed as a comedy, and it was funny, but I enjoyed it for the subject matter.

)So, in summary: A round of applause for banality and simple stories, as long as they're delivered with warm humor and jokes about the human anatomy!

Surprisingly entertaining.

silly, non-engaging, superficial "comedy" .

Guys might be attracted by the sexy outer shell and plot line but be surprised at how thoughtful and engaging it turns out to be.

Mediocre, though still entertaining.

I was watching cable when this movie came on and it was so compelling I had to watch the rest.

The lack of a compelling storyline allows some pretty astute observations about the eternal battle of the sexes, using a sometimes annoying voice-over narration, several flashbacks and other cinematic devices to endear the viewer to Matt, our hero.

I found both movies enjoyable though.