He Said She Said begins as a Battle of the Sexes film, but soon emerges as a muddled and confusion piece of trickery that doesn't even answer it's plot's question about how men and women relate to reality. However, a hilarious performance by seductress Sharon Stone and a bumbling producer played by Nathan Lane save this sinking tinny.
The film is technically two films joined into one. The first is a male perspective on reality and the second is about the woman's perspective. However, it would have been more entertaining if they both didn't re-enact the same scenes. The second act shows a different version of the first which doesn't hold your attention for very long because it's almost like watching that first act again. The film attempts to create a Hudson/Day romantic comedy, but over intellectualizes the plot and makes it so detailed that it gives you a head ache to even try and understand what the hell is going on.
Feuding TV Personalities turned lovers are played by Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Perkins, and I can honestly say I haven't seen a couple with less chemistry since Garry Shandling and Annette Bening in What Planet Are You From? Bacon brings zero energy levels to the film, and Perkins is only slightly more enjoyable. Sharon Stone plays a typecast role as the seductive other-woman of Bacon's character; but surprisingly, her performance is rather entertaining and enjoyable.
Overall, while it's not a total train wreck of a movie, it's a good one at that. Most character's are likable and the story is slightly enjoyable; but overall it is just way too confusing to be entertaining.