4. What Men Want
Ali Davis (Taraji P. Henson) is confident and successful as a sports agent, a field of work typically associated with males. However, Ali is infuriated to discover she was denied a promotion that was rightfully deserved. Aiming for a blockbuster move, the strong-minded agent sets her sights on signing a hyped prospect named Jamal Barry (Shane Paul McGhie).
Things take a turn for the worse (or better) when Ali accidentally drinks tea from a psychic and is knocked unconscious at a club only to wake up being able to read the thoughts of all men. Rubbing her hands, Ali realizes the significant advantage of being one step ahead through being able to learn the deepest, darkest secrets of all men.
In an effort to prove she is better than all the other employees, the agent races to sign Jamal, give kudos to her name, and understand the men in her workplace. It’s a win-win-win situation until Ali dives deeper into different thoughts and unearths the feelings of what men want.
This film also features Tracy Morgan, Max Greenfield, Josh Brener, and Wendi McLendon-Covey. What Men Want is related to the 2000 film What Women Want, which starred Mel Gibson.
3. Isn’t It Romantic
Real life is not always as smooth as it is in the movies. Or is it? Natalie (Rebel Wilson) is an NYC architect who isn’t the biggest advocate of true love. After ending up unconscious from a robbery, the pessimistic character wakes up in a nightmare scenario: a romantic comedy.
Trapped in world full of rainbows, sunshine, and too much happiness, Natalie is overwhelmed by the seemingly perfect society she now lives in. Staying true to the genre, a handsome, rich, eligible bachelor named Blake (Liam Hemsworth) makes his feelings for Natalie known.
Fed up with the romantic comedy her life has become, the main protagonist itches for a harsh dose of reality and return to her normal life, but can’t seem to figure out how. What will solve this case? Living through all the elements of a romantic comedy? Ending up with Blake? Finding true love? Watch as Natalie tries to rewrite her own romantic comedy!
This film also stars Priyanka Chopra, Adam DeVine, and Betty Gilpin.