What Women Want Soundtrack (

What Women Want Soundtrack (2000) cover

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Rating: 6.40/10 from 221000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

¿En qué piensan las mujeres?

Title in Português:

O Que As Mulheres Querem


What Women Want

Nick Marshall, playboy and advertising hot-shot, thinks he's God's gift to women. After a little accident, he discovers that he is suddenly able to hear what women really think. First, Nick is disappointed when he discovers that his beloved macho behavior does not exactly contribute to being desired. Then, his upcoming dream position in the company is being given to a new team member: Darcy, a man-eating woman and a very talented ad expert. Nick decides to sabotage his new boss by reading her thoughts and selling her ideas as his own. Unfortunately, love gets in his way.

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What Women Want
Something's Gotta Give
Sammy Davis Jr.: Performer
Johnny Mercer: Writer
Meredith Brooks: Writer
Meredith Brooks: Performer
The Best Is Yet To Come
Cy Coleman: Writer
Nancy Wilson: Performer
I See You Baby
Groove Armada: Performer
Andrew Cato: Writer
Mack The Knife
Bobby Darin: Performer
Kurt Weill: Writer
Nobody But Me
Billy Myles: Writer
Until We Meet Again
We Think It's Love
Work Me To the Bone
Yay Boy
I Won't Dance
My Pander Bear
Night and Day
I've Got You Under My Skin
Steel Drum Cruise
C'est La Vie
It's All Your Fault
What A Girl Wants
I've Got The World On A String
If I Had You
Too Marvelous For Words
Something's Gotta Give
Johnny Mercer: Performer
We Think It's Love
Leah Haywood: Performer
I Won't Dance
I've Got You Under My Skin
Cole Porter: Performer
C'est La Vie
Tracy Ackerman: Performer
It's All Your Fault
Robbie Nevil: Performer
I've Got The World On A String
Harold Arlen: Performer

User reviews

Michael Mitchell

There are a few standout songs that really enhance key scenes in the movie, adding emotional depth and resonance. These tracks are well chosen and perfectly complement the storytelling.

Daniel Jackson

I appreciate the variety of genres in the soundtrack, from pop to R&B to rock. It helps keep the listening experience fresh and engaging throughout the film.

Betty Gonzalez

The soundtrack of What Women Want perfectly captures the upbeat and energetic vibe of the movie, enhancing every scene with its catchy tunes.

Charles Nelson

The music in the film enhances the romantic and comedic elements, bringing out the charm and humor of the story in a way that resonates with viewers on a personal level.

George Thompson

The soundtrack of What Women Want is a mixed bag for me. Some tracks are catchy and fun, adding to the lighthearted tone of the movie. Others feel a bit generic and forgettable.

Joshua Harris

On the flip side, there are moments where the music feels a bit too on the nose, telegraphing emotions rather than enhancing them. It can come off as a bit cheesy and distracting at times.

Joshua Brown

Overall, the soundtrack of What Women Want does a decent job of setting the mood and enhancing the narrative. It may not be the most memorable or groundbreaking, but it serves its purpose effectively.

Deborah Harris

The diverse selection of songs in the soundtrack adds depth to the storytelling, helping to convey the emotions and inner thoughts of the characters in a powerful way.

Nancy Clark

The soundtrack of What Women Want is a standout feature of the movie, elevating the overall quality and leaving a lasting impression on the audience.

Timothy Walker

The songs in the film are not only entertaining but also serve to highlight the character development and growth of the protagonist, adding layers of complexity to the story.

Robert Young

The soundtrack's production quality is top-notch, with crisp and clear sound that adds to the overall viewing experience. The songs are well mixed and balanced, making for an enjoyable listening experience.

Betty Smith

I found myself tapping my foot along to some of the catchier tunes, but I also wished for a bit more depth and originality in some of the musical choices.

Betty Harris

The soundtrack is a delightful mix of classic hits and modern tracks, appealing to a wide range of audiences and ensuring there's something for everyone to enjoy.

Melissa Robinson

The music in What Women Want seamlessly blends with the narrative, creating a cohesive and immersive viewing experience that keeps you engaged throughout the film.