What Women Want is directed by Nancy Meyers, and it stars Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt in a romantic fantasy comedy about an advertising executive that wants to be promoted, but instead his boss hire someone else to be in the higher ups and give support to the appeal to women, in which she gives every worker a box filled with women materials to get into the psyche is what women want, and Nick Marshall (Mel Gibson) try to do that, only to get electrocuted by accident, and have the power to read women's minds. I honestly tried to keep it on an open mind as I knew nothing about what the movie is about, only to the fact of who's in it, and who's it directed by, and as that experiment was done, I enjoyed this very much. Mel Gibson is really good at the comedic moments that I don't think I've seen much comedy films with him in it, and Helen Hunt is also pretty good too. The way that he got powers is really out there, but whatever, I accept it only for the fact that it uses most of the powers that I want in a film, and it can be downright hilarious to watch. The chemistry between Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt was really well done that I bought them working together until they start to have feelings for each other, like in every romantic film per se, which brings down to some of the negatives that I have with it. The plot is really generic to say at least, and when he does have the power, it wasn't quite explored more than I wanted of it, like I kind of wanted it to go to a bit extreme. Some of the actors were really quite useless and have nothing for them to stand out, other then to progress the plot just a little bit. The ending was a bit brief too as it just ended all of a sudden, but I do understand why they went with it. What Women Want is a really good movie that while not one of Nancy Meyers' bests, I still had a good time watching it, especially when going blind on this.